Paige Katzfey (Micronesia 2011-2013) at JVC Orientation. (2018)
Paige Katzfey (Micronesia 2011-2013) at JVC Orientation. (2018)

ALUMNI FEATURES

The Jesuit Volunteer Corps' greatest impact can be seen in the actions and values of our former volunteers. 

 

Jesuit Volunteers join a community of over 10,000 alumni committed to faith in action. Former Jesuit Volunteers do amazing things: they serve the public interest as members of Congress, found and lead organizations at the forefront of social change, heal bodies and minds as medical professionals, advocate for justice as lawyers and judges, and continue to work with the poor and marginalized.
 

Here you'll find stories from just a few of the over 10,000 FJVs, transformed by their JVC experience, committed to a life of putting their faith into action.

If you have an idea for a story or any updates for the FJV newsletter, email the information to: stories@jesuitvolunteers.org

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alumni feature, vocational journey

FJV Steps into Sisterhood with the Franciscans

While working at Everytown, Liz planned and ran an advocacy day and press conference with grassroots volunteers and gun violence survivors in Mississippi.

alumni feature, public policy

Senior Policy Analyst Responds to Mass Shooting

FJV Peace Camp

children and youth, alumni feature

FJV Reflects on 10 years of Peace Camp she co-founded as a JV

Annmaura Connolly JVC Board Member

alumni feature

Board Member AnnMaura is a Champion of Service

Pamela Larson (Austin 2010-11)

alumni feature, immigration and refugee services

Former Jesuit Volunteer Continues Work with Refugees