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. Here you'll find stories from just a few of the over 11,000 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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Andrew Pawuk (Tacna, Peru 2001-03) Headshot

alumni feature, international service

Inspiring Children to Pursue Dreams, Build Relationships and Serve Others Internationally

Meghan Klassen Speech

alumni feature, education, domestic service

JVC Was My Best Career Move

Joseph Mckellar social justice

domestic service, community development, alumni feature

JVC Reveals Structural Roots of Exclusion, Awakening an Agent of Liberation

alumni feature, vocational journey, ministry

FJV Gains Inspiration from Óscar Romero's Servant Leadership Style

DANNY O’CONNOR (NEW YORK CITY 2009-10), 2018 Democratic
candidate for Ohio’s Twelfth Congressional District.

alumni feature, jvc magazine, public policy

Former Jesuit Volunteer Seeks Justice Through Public Service

alumni feature, jesuit sj, jvc magazine, vocational journey

Answering the Call to Religious Life Through JVC

Lawyer and FJV Shannon Johnson Guerisoli
(Phoenix 2009-10)

alumni feature, immigration and refugee services

FJV on the Front Lines of Immigration Reform

Stephanie Lubert, esq
(Houston 2008-09) headshot

alumni feature, immigration and refugee services

FJV Accompanies Immigrant Children During Legal Process

Beth Pawuk (Detroit 90s) and staff member at Orientation.

alumni feature, jvc magazine

A Longstanding Dedication to the Mission of JVC

Former Jesuit Volunteer, Patrick Brier (Washington DC 1979-80) at law firm in Scranton, PA. (2018)

alumni feature, jvc magazine

Scranton Native Brings JVC’s Values Back to His Hometown