The needs of our communities continue…
Whether or not you were involved in service during your time here at BC, there are opportunities after graduation that allow you to explore more deeply your interest in service and justice issues. Over the years, hundreds of BC graduates have pursued full-time service through a variety of programs. Explore your passions, learn new skills, build community, and make a difference for and with others.
- One-on-One Advising
If you are wondering what full-time service is all about, we are here to help. It’s never too early or too late to consider your options. Contact Kate Daly to set up a time to chat or stop by the VSLC, McElroy 114.
- Catholic Volunteer Network
The Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN) offers a database of programs with full-time opportunities, as well as additional resources for potential volunteers. Many programs are still accepting applications well into the spring (2020).
Americorps is a network of service organizations created to meet the needs of the underserved in the United States.
- Post Graduate Service Fair
Attend the Fair and meet with recruiters from more than 50 organizations with domestic and/or international full-time service opportunities.
- Resume Writing
The Career Center offers 15 minute drop-in sessions Monday-Friday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. if you would like someone to review your resume.
- Funding Opportunities
- W. Seavey Joyce, S.J. Grant: BC seniors who would like to pursue full-time domestic faith-based service but who have concerns about finances can apply for this funding opportunity.
- The Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship: Students must be nominated, and must be a recent or current resident of WA, OR, or CA.
If you are a student with questions about any of the events above, or if you are part of an organization interested in attending the Post Graduate Service Fair, please contact us.
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