JV PROFILES

 

Jesuit Volunteers are passionate women and men who have a commitment to social justice.

This year’s JVs come from 26 states and the District of Columbia and represent 109 alma maters from across the U.S. They come with a diversity of educational and professional experiences, each bringing a unique background and perspective to their positions

WE’RE EXCITED TO INTRODUCE YOU TO THE 2017-18 PROGRAM YEAR JESUIT VOLUNTEER CLASS IN THE COMING WEEKS!

 

 

2016-2017 Class Overview

76.5% of JVs identify as female
23.5% identify as male

83.2% of JVs are 21 or 22 years old
16.8% are older, and all are under 35 years old

80% of JVs identify themselves as Catholic
84% of JVs identify themselves as White/Caucasian
6.7% as Hispanic or Latino
6% as Asian or Asian American
3.3% as African American or Black
<1% using another race/ethnicity

14% are first generation college students

11.3% have a family member who served as a Jesuit Volunteer