The Catholic Volunteer Network has recognized John Carroll’s Campus Ministry Department as a top program in the Midwest region of their network.
During last week’s National Volunteer Week for the Catholic Volunteer Network, the organization released a list of schools that were recognized as their Top Schools for Service. John Carroll made the list for its efforts on behalf of undergraduate and graduate students.
The criteria for being named a top school of service was discussed in further detail on the Catholic Volunteer Network’s website: “These campus professionals walk with students, help them engage in service, and help them to consider how to incorporate Spirituality & Social Justice into their lives post-graduation. Through this work, they help both their students and our member programs to share in the Vision Statement of the Catholic Volunteer Network: ‘Through service rooted in faith, all will know the opportunity to impact the world and be transformed.’”
John Carroll is one of seven schools to receive the honor in the Midwest.
Catholic Volunteer Network fosters and promotes full-time domestic and international faith-based volunteer service opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds, and skills. As the leading membership organization of Christian volunteer and mission programs, we support and enhance the work of our members through volunteer recruitment, training and resources, networking opportunities, and advocacy.