SJU Graduates Commit to Year of Service
Monday, July 11, 2016
Saint Joseph’s University is pleased to announce that 33 members of the Class of 2016 have committed to serve at 17 local, national or international postgraduate service programs.
Full-time positions will take graduates to sites as far as Chile and Cameroon, and as close as South Philadelphia, in fields ranging from refugee services to environmental conservation and teaching in underserved communities.
In addition, two members of the Class of 2015 have also continued their participation in service programs, increasing the number of postgraduate volunteers to 35.
“Saint Joseph’s University is proud to recognize these graduates who are committing a year or more of their lives to serving others and the greater good,” says University President Mark C. Reed, Ed.D. “It's gratifying to know that each person has found a meaningful way to take our Jesuit mission out to the world.”
Participating graduates and their programs are listed below. All volunteers are undergraduate members of the Class of 2016 unless otherwise noted.
- Alliance for Catholic Education at Notre Dame: Christina Mirarchi, Genevieve Philbin
- Alliance for Catholic Education at Saint Joseph’s University: Chris Diehl, Andrew Kulesh, Kathleen Logan, Brendan Phillips, Adam Richwine, Nicole Scalfaro
- AmeriCorps: Kathleen MacFeeters, Katie Smith ’15
- Birthright Armenia: Sarah Derderian
- City Year Boston: Chris Proscia
- English Opens Doors: Bailey McIntyre
- ExCEL at Santa Clara University: Caley Rolt
- Good Shepherd Volunteers: Cheryl Rozinski
- Jesuit Volunteer Corps: C.J. DeMille, Tess Doggett, Joseph Giovanisci, Margaret LeFever
- Jesuit Volunteer Corps International: Elizabeth Sohmer
- Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest: Ben Chapman, Lindsay Hueston, Lauren Lang, Tony Newton ’15, Samantha Walshak, Richard Viebrock
- MercyWorks Volunteer Program: Sarah Ferguson
- Pacific Alliance for Catholic Education: Justine Beyar
- Peace Corps: Elizabeth Bloom, Lena Hunt (M.S.)
- Teach for America: Nicholas Fortunato
- Urban Catholic Teaching Corps at Boston College: Vincenza Bartholomew, Amy Perfetti
- Young Adult Volunteers: Jillian Gardner