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Student Leadership

The Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education offers numerous leadership opportunities for students – Summer Donovan Fellowships, Immersion Coordinator positions, and Community Development Fellowships. Through these experience-broadening programs, students will be challenged to strengthen their leadership abilities, engage in vocational discernment, and deepen their understanding of social justice issues in order to deepen their education at SCU.


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Creating a Network of Advocacy

This past July, two of the Ignatian Center's student associates, Marissa Ocampo and Yesenia Magdaleno-Solis attended the Ignatian Solidarity Network's 2019 Ignatian Justice Summit on Immigration. They connected with 25 other student-advocates and were all given tangible tools to work for immigration justice on their campuses. “Seeing what I can actually do, what action I can bring back to SCU, has been so powerful,” Ocampo shared. “I have a vision now for what action I want to take as an advocate in the future.”

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Changing Paths, Changing the World

SCU graduate and Finance major, Anthony Hascheff '15, planned to enter the finance world after graduation. That is, until he went on an immersion trip, then went on a second immersion trip, and ultimately worked as an intern with the Thriving Neighbors program. Find out how these experiences changed Anthony's course and continue to direct his path as he works on his Master's degree in Public Administration.

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Class of 2019 Ignatian Center Superstars

This past month, SCU and the Ignatian Center said goodbye to some SUPERSTAR students. From Fulbright Scholarships to the Nobili Medal to the Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J. Award, these graduating seniors exemplify the ideals of Jesuit education, especially being a "whole person of solidarity in the real world."