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Student Involvement Opportunities

FALL 2021 STUDENT INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education provides opportunities for SCU Students to deepen their understanding of social justice issues. From immersion trips to Fellowship opportunities, students are able to experience the true meaning of a Jesuit Education and become people for others.

 

  • Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
    IGNATIAN FAMILY TEACH-IN | October 16

    The Ignatian Center is excited to offer access to the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice Virtual Conference for students seeking an opportunity to explore the intersection of contemplation and justice based action. This year's theme for the Teach-In is Imagining a Path Forward: Reflection, Reckoning, Kinship. We will pay the registration fee for students who register through the Ignatian Center.

    Registration due by September 27, 2021.

    LEARN MORE ABOUT THE IGNATIAN FAMILY TEACH-IN HERE

     

     

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    IGNATIAN FELLOWSHIP | Winter Quarter

    The Ignatian Fellowship offers SCU undergraduates the opportunity to deepen their commitment to social justice through a community-based learning experience. Ignatian Fellows will receive funding to work with a non-profit of their choice. Think about it as an internship with enhanced reflection, community, and support!

    Applications due by October 15, 2021.

    LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR IGNATIAN FELLOWS HERE

  • Lunchtime Examen Square
    LUNCHTIME EXAMEN | 8 Minutes of Pause, Together

    SCU's Division of Mission and Ministry hosts a weekly 8-minute Lunchtime Examen every Friday starting October 1 for all students, faculty, and staff. The Examen was created by St. Ignatius of Loyola as a technique of mindful reflection on the events of the day in order to detect the presence and invitation of the Divine.

    A team of faculty, staff, and students will take turns leading the Examen each Friday over Zoom. Aware of just how much we are all going through these days, the team hopes to provide a calm, welcoming presence for 8 minutes each week as we journey together in community through the Examen. We hope students, faculty, and staff from any religious, secular, or spiritual identity feel supported and welcomed in this experience.

    FRIDAYS  |  12:51 PM - 12:59 PM

    LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LUNCHTIME EXAMEN HERE

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    JEAN DONOVAN FELLOWSHIP | Summer 2022

    The Jean Donovan Summer Fellowship (JDF) is named in honor of Jean Donovan, an American woman who lived, worked, and died in solidarity with the impoverished and oppressed of El Salvador in the 1980s. This Fellowship is designed to support undergraduate students who desire to deepen their understanding of social justice issues through a summer community-based learning experience.

    Applications for the Summer 2022 Jean Donovan Fellowship will open late fall quarter.

    LEARN MORE HERE