Jesuit Volunteer Corps is a 1-2 yearlong service program located in 48 different volunteer communities across 6 countries.
We have been around for 40 years and we are dedicated to creating leaders committed to faith in action. Through our community-based programming and retreats, along with our local accompaniment of Jesuit Volunteers by alumni, staff and community members, JVC supports its volunteers as they serve marginalized communities at over 200 organizations across the world.
The Jesuit Volunteer Corps encourages applications from candidates of all ages, races, classes, gender identities, sexual orientations, religions, languages, and physical abilities.
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Join us for a webinar (offered weekly) to learn about a year or two of paid, full-time service across 48 communities in 6 countries with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
Application Opens: October 15, 2018
Priority Deadline: January 25, 2018
For 2-year commitments in South Dakota, Federated States of Micronesia, Peru, Chile, Belize and Tanzania and 1-year commitments
Rolling Application: Until May 10, 2018
For 1-year commitments only
All volunteers attend a mandatory Orientation: Late July/early August
1-year service commitment: August 2019 to July 2020
2-year commitment in South Dakota: August 2019 to July 2021
2-year service commitment in Belize and Micronesia: July 2019 to June 2021
2-year service commitment in Tanzania, Chile, Peru: December 2019 – November 2021
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Non-Discrimination Policy
JVC does not discriminate in program admission based on race, color, sexual orientation, gender, national origin, disability, or any other protected characteristic.
JVC is founded and rooted in the tradition of the Society of Jesus. The program has a distinct Roman Catholic heritage, which all applicants will understand is the spiritual foundation of JVC. Yet, individuals of all faith perspectives are welcome and encouraged to apply.
JVC will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities as long as the accommodation does not impose undue hardship on JVC or the partner agencies. This policy governs all aspects of the program including selection, placement assignment, compensation and access to benefits and training.
Discrimination on the part of fellow JVC members will not be tolerated. Anyone found to be engaging in any unlawful or harassing discrimination will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from the program.
JVC makes every effort to ensure that its placement agencies have similar non-discrimination policies. If the agency partner is found to be engaging in discriminatory activities, removal of current member(s) (and denial of future volunteers at that agency) can result.
Any volunteer with questions or concerns about any type of discrimination should bring these issues to the attention of the JVC program leadership.