Thinking of ways that service can be part of your life after you graduate? From long-term service programs to alumni opportunities, you’ve got options!
Fall 2013 Post-Graduate Volunteer Fair
Thursday, September 26
Mark your calendar!
In the meantime, feel free to contact Community Service and Action for a one-on-one
conversation about your options! We have some great resources to aid your search.
Plus, all of our staff have done full-time service and are glad to share our own stories.
Congratulations to all the 2013 Graduates taking part in post-graduate volunteer service! Picture to come!
2012 Loyola Graduates at the Post-Graduate Volunteer Send-Off
Front L-R: Alyssa Clark-Anaman, Erin Baum, Rachel Kohl, Kate Shields, Alexandra Vranas, Madeleine Mendez, Elaina Jo Polovick, Claire Wiltse, Annemarie Barrett, Thurgood Burks-Coats
Back L-R: Miranda McOsker, Jonathan Medernach, Nick Reynolds, Kelli Schmitz, Brittany Hull, Kirstyn Dutton, Abigail McNamee, Andrew Hundelt, Kaley Stunkard, Margaret Rusch, Lydia Gajdel, Max Wright
Post-graduate volunteer programs offer people the opportunity to commit an extended period of time to serving communities in need. From months to 2 years, you can volunteer your talents full time!
WHERE DO I START?
Begin your discernment of post-graduate volunteer opportunities by thinking about the following questions:
WHAT PROGRAMS EXIST?
Post-grad volunteer programs abound! And many Loyola alumni/a can share with you their very positive experiences with various volunteer programs. There are a few resources to help you explore post-grad volunteer programs:
Heading off to a full-time job or grad school after you graduate? You can still serve!
If you are staying close by, check out the Take Action website for local service opportunities.
Take a look at the post-graduate volunteer opportunities, or visit Alumni Relations for additional service opportunities.