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Alumni Reflections and Advice on Post-Grad Service

Faith/Mission 10.01.19
Hannah's Reflection

Hannah Klein,University of Dayton Alumni ('18) currently serving with Jesuit Volunteers, is at Akoyikoyi School in Chuuk, Micronesia, "I do not wish to be strange to you. I am not here to trample through your village or to prove myself, my country, or my language. I am here to be. "

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Faith/Mission 01.04.18
Marianist PULSE--Community, Work and God

This morning, I received an encouragement from a dear friend to "be thankful for a God who keeps us guessing." What a hard thing to be thankful for, when I would much rather tell God what I want and have it appear as if I ordered it off a menu.

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Beyond UD: What Will You Bring to the World?

I decided on a year of service for many reasons, one of them being that I don’t know what to do with my life yet. Who does, right? I’m still young, so why not throw caution to the wind, move across the country to a place I have never been, move in with people I have never met, live on a small stipend in one of the most expensive cities, and work in a field I have no experience with?

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Service 07.21.17
Post-grad Volunteer Experience--Breaking Bread

Grace Sinopoli has been serving through Sycamore House Service Corps in Harrisburg, PA. Her blog post from March truly demonstrates the Marianist spirit of community.

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Mercy Volunteer Corps hosted a webinar with Salena Clohisy and Abby Rieker, and they did a wonderful job of promoting post-graduate volunteerism. They spoke about how formative their service experiences in college were (esp. UDSAP) and how it led them to consider a post-grad volunteer program.

Tim Fasano volunteered with the Christian Appalachia Project.

Tina Stoltz's first year of volunteering sent her parents into a panic. It sent her deeper into the heart of mercy.


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