Mariel Klein (Tucson 2013)
Mariel Klein (Tucson 2013)


Your commitment to the values of JVC didn’t end when your term of service did. Neither should your JVC experience. 


Use this page to connect with thousands of Former Jesuit Volunteers (FJVs) who have gone on to build a more just and hopeful world in their careers, families, and communities. You can also keep up with JVC through our publications and let us know how you’d like to be involved in supporting current JVs. 


Want to make sure you’re up-to-date on all things JVC? Send us your updated contact information to insure you receive newsletters, publications, and organizational updates.

Please update your information via this online form here

Brooklyn Jesuit Volunteers (2017-18) browse through social media on their phones.


Find and interact with us and other members of the JVC community on FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, and Twitter.

Would you like to share a photo from your term of service for a #FlashBackFriday post for our followers? Send the image as an attachment to along with a short description so we can share more broadly! Be sure to tag your community mates in the photo once it goes live.

Jesuit Volunteers and Former Jesuit Volunteers gathering for a dinner event. (2010)


Our Former Jesuit Volunteer Google Group functions as an opt-in listserv available to all FJVs, regardless of current location or location of service. Whether you are looking for a strong hire at your organization or have an extra room open in your apartment, the FJV Google Group is a great place to start. Click here to learn more and join


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This Google Group is maintained by Jesuit Volunteer Corps as a service to connect Former Jesuit Volunteers around the world directly with one another.

In order to send a message to the listserv, send an email to former-jesuit-volunteers-fjvs [at] 
To unsubscribe from the listserv, send an email to: former-jesuit-volunteers-fjvs+unsubscribe [at]

How to post to the listserv:
Send your posting to former-jesuit-volunteers-fjvs [at]

Requirements in signature line: 
- FJV’s full name (City and year of JV service)
- Email address

The purpose of the FJV listserv is to:
-Post information about JVC or FJV events, resources, and happenings. 
-Post opportunities relevant to FJVs’ personal and professional development, including: job opportunities, housing, graduate programs, volunteering/service trips, retreats, advocacy events for social justice causes, spirituality nights, community reunions and nonprofit resource sharing.

It is NOT the purpose of this listserv to:
1. Discuss or critique postings with the entire listserv. Responses should be directed back to the poster.
2. Support or oppose political candidates or ballot initiatives that could be construed as campaigning. This does not encompass advocacy for issues relevant to JVC.
3. Solicit financial contributions for organizations that do not have registered nonprofit 501(c)(3) status. This does not include donations of goods and services.

Misuse of the Listserv
Subscribers who misuse the listserv may be removed temporarily or blocked at the discretion of the list manager. Please report misuse activity to if you come across postings which are off-topic; repeated; harassing; use abusive language; or support or oppose a political candidacy or ballot initiative.

Consistent with these policies, JVC retains the right to suspend or remove offenders who misuse the listserv.  

Partner Organizations

If you are looking for additional ways to incorporate the four values into your daily life, these partner organizations offer great resources and support. 

Ignatian Spirituality Network is a national social justice education and advocacy organization inspired by the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola. 

Catholic Volunteer Network offers a variety of resources and opportunities for former volunteers! 

Contemplative Leaders in Action is an Ignatian spirituality and leadership program for young adults (20s and 30s). 

Ignatian Volunteer Corps provides mature men and women (55+) the opportunity to serve the needs of people who are poor, to work for a more just society, and to grow deeper in Christian faith by reflecting and praying in the Ignatian tradition. 

Jesuit Provinces in Canada and the United States, the Society of Jesus is organized into six provinces or geographic regions, each headed by a provincial superior appointed by the Superior General in Rome.

You can connect with the Jesuit community in your region by using the links below: 
East Province // Midwest Province // Central and Southern Province // West Province