Catholic Volunteer Network
To explore a comprehensive range of service programs, please check out the Catholic Volunteer Network site. You can create a volunteer profile and apply to multiple opportunties!
Providing youth in the San Francisco Bay Area with opportunities for meaningful engagement, skill building, and emotional and social development.
Experiential learning grad fellowship placements within the Executive, Judicial and Legislative branches.
We live out the Dominican mission of proclaiming the gospel through our ministry, common life, prayer and study within a diverse, intergenerational community.
Inspired by St. Francis and St. Clare of Assisi, FMS is an independent nonprofit that supports lay Catholics in accompanying marginalized communities in Bolivia, Jamaica, the US-Mexico border region, and Washington, DC.
We provide spiritual formation, retreats, and sacred space for prayer and discernment rooted in the Gospel as expressed in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
A court-based AmeriCorps program to provide legal assistance to low-income community members who are navigating family or civil legal cases.
Dare to Change. The Jesuit Volunteer Corps engages brave young leaders in life-changing service, living and working with those in need to build a more just and hopeful world.
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest responds to local community needs in the Northwest by recruiting, placing, and supporting volunteers who provide value-centered service grounded in the Jesuit Catholic tradition.
A full-time service and leadership program operating in many cities across the United States. Volunteers are placed in full-time positions at social justice organizations for one year, or for a semester with our new Flex Semester program.
Working with those at the margins for a more just, compassionate and sustainable world in Africa, Asia and the Americas.
The mission of Red Cloud Indian School, a Catholic Institution administered by the Jesuits and the Lakota people, is to develop and grow as a vibrant Church, through an education of the mind and spirit that promotes Lakota and Catholic values.
We find and nurture leaders who commit to expanding opportunity for low-income students, beginning with at least two years teaching in a public school.