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2019 Jean Donovan Fellowship

One of our main priorities at the Ignatian Center is to provide SCU students with opportunities to grow in all aspects, ensuring and enhancing the holistic education that SCU promises. As part of this effort, each year the Ignatian Center awards the Jean Donovan Fellowship to 15 well-deserving students. 

Named in honor of Jean Donovan, an American who lived, worked, and died in solidarity with the impoverished in El Salvador during the 1980s, the fellowship not only provides recipients with funding and the ability to plan their own internship, but prepares them for a time of deep reflection and ultimately deep impact. Students who have taken part in this program frequently tell us that it is among the most meaningful experiences of their entire time at SCU.

Please join me in congratulating the 2019 Jean Donovan Fellows, as they learn first-hand how Ignatian wisdom can enrich lives, bridge differences, and catalyze meaningful change toward a more equitable, sustainable world – here, there, and everywhere.

Rev. Dorian Llywelyn, S.J.
Executive Director

Student and Community Member with Clay

2019 Jean Donovan Fellows

This summer, the Ignatian Center's Jean Donovan Fellows will engage with communities from around the country and around the world. The focus of the fellowship is accompaniment and fellows work with community-based organizations addressing social justice issues ranging from healthcare to immigration. Congratulations to these 15 amazing SCU undergrads - we can't wait to hear about their life-changing experiences!
Read about them here.


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