If you've been on an immersion trip during your time at SCU, are an undergraduate student, and want to lead one of the Center's immersion experiences, consider becoming an Student Immersion Coordinator! As an Student Immersion Coordinator, you will further your commitment to building a community that cares for the common good of the world.
In this process, you will develop leadership skills, assist in the planning and organization of all aspects of an immersion, and most importantly, facilitate an unforgettable immersion experience for your fellow Broncos.
Only students who have participated in an immersion during their time at Santa Clara are eligible. To learn more, please email Darcy Phillips at email@example.com.
As a Student Immersion Coordinator, you prepare and accompany students for a weeklong, immersive experience outside of the immediate Silicon Valley, during which you will help students explore both the lights and shadows, the beauty and unjust realities of a region through direct encounter with its inhabitants and those organizations working in solidarity with and service of these people. In engaging these global communities through thoughtful reflection, students will begin to see problems far away become much closer to home. After returning from immersion, you have the amazing privilege to further facilitate the students’ return in impacting their local community.
"This past winter, I led a group of my peers as we immersed ourselves in the social justice realities of East Los Angeles. I was constantly challenged as I had never had this type of leadership responsibility before. However, I learned the beauty of being uncomfortable and humbly living without all the answers."
|Evan||Chen '19||Dominican Republic|
|Isabel||Ibarra '19||East LA|
|Lizzy||Kamya '19||San Jose Urban Plunge|
|Megan||Kenney '19||San Jose Urban Plunge|
|Sierra||Mink '19||Redwoods Monastary|
|Isabella||Rios '19||Arizona Border|
|Sophia||Sparagana '19||San Francisco|
|Madeline||Wilcox '19||East LA|
|Ava||Fulweber '22||San Jose First Year|
|Aya||Kanan '21||San Jose First Year|
|Angelica||Scott '20||East Los Angeles|
|Mary Claire||Simone '20||San Francisco|
|Amanda||Sits '20||Dominican Republic|