Dear Lord, as we begin this new school year, we gather as a community of believers, a family of your children. We thank you for the renewal of the past months and our safe return to this place. We thank you for the promise of the days ahead and for the blessing of your accompaniment. …
Subject Area: Youth
The Alum Service Corps offers graduates of Jesuit high schools and Jesuit universities an opportunity to give back in gratitude for their Jesuit education by committing a year of service as faculty members in Jesuit middle or high schools.
The 15 young men — all rising seniors — from Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas were a world away from their comfort zones when they arrived at the door of a nondescript nursing home for low-income, elderly people in Antigua, Guatemala, on the second day of their immersion trip in July.
Time, talent and treasure: the golden wish of every nonprofit professional fulfilling a robust mission with lean staff on even leaner budgets. It’s a common problem, requiring an uncommon solution.
Project Wake Up was born in September 2014 to fight the stigma of mental illness, especially among adolescents and young adults, and to keep Ryan Candice’s memory alive.
One of the hallmarks of Jesuit secondary education is the focus on service. Students in Jesuit schools learn about the responsibilities that come with privilege and find ample opportunities to serve through school-sponsored programs and immersion trips.