Service isn’t just for while you’re at Saint Louis University. The Center for Service and Community Engagement works to encourage lifelong personal and social responsibility by transforming student volunteers into effective servant leaders and advocates for social justice.
If you are interested in taking your service and community engagement efforts to the next level, enroll in the Social Justice and Advocacy Training series, sponsored by the Center for Service and Community Engagement and the Service-Leadership program in the John Cook School of Business.
Through this intensive, six-part series, accepted applicants develop skills related to working for social change at the systemic level.
Sessions for the 2017-2018 training include (all dates listed are Fridays - sessions go from 3-6pm):
Students who are accepted and complete all six sessions gain:
Through a unique and collaborative partnership with St. Martin's parish and school in Belize City, you have the opportunity to work with students in St. Martin’s school alongside the faculty and administration. You will also participate in cultural excursions and have the chance to tour socio-economic development projects in the surrounding community. St. Martin's is a Jesuit parish serving the very poor of Belize City and is a part of the Central and Southern Province of the Society of Jesus, of which Saint Louis University is also a member.
The one-credit-hour course takes place once a week in the spring semester. The immersion experience takes place in late May. The total cost for the trip will be approximately $1,400. For more information, contact Justin Vilbig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a junior or senior at SLU, we invite you to explore the possibility of doing one or two years of service after graduation, whether here in St. Louis, around the country or across the world.
Each year, nearly seventy-five members of the graduating class go on to participate in a year of service.
Schedule a meeting today with Bobby Wassel in the Center for Service and Community Engagement to discuss the many options available and what program makes the most sense for you.
You can also utilize a database of all opportunities created by the Catholic Volunteer Network. Or check out just a few of the many options that will allow you to spend time after graduation helping others:
For information on these or other programs, contact Bobby Wassel at 314-977-2041.
Saint Louis University partners with TurboVote, an online tool to help SLU students, faculty and staff register where to vote, change their address, request absentee ballots and receive election information.
Students who register to vote using their MSC# campus address are able to vote in the Busch Student Center in most national elections. For more information, contact Leah Sweetman in the Center for Service and Community Engagement at 314-977-4214 or email@example.com.