Our post-grad service programGood Shepherd Volunteers (GSV)is now recruiting for roles in a variety of positions, including Public Policy work in NYC, Education support at a special needs high school in NJ, or National Advocacy work just outside of Washington DC. Do you know of students interested in a year of full-time volunteering after graduation? Service with Good Shepherd Volunteer is personally, professionally, and spiritually transformative.
Below are resources to share with your students. If you are not the right person for this info, please connect me to a colleague. And please reach out with any questions.
Materials to share:
What is GSV?
Good Shepherd Volunteers is a one-year full-time volunteer program that serves women, children, and adolescents affected by poverty, violence, and neglect. Volunteers live in intentional community with each other, have a small living stipend, housing, health insurance and practice the four GSV tenets (program values): social justice, community, spirituality, and simplicity. Good Shepherd Volunteers has placements in a variety of social service organizations where volunteers work side-by-side with experienced social workers, counselors, and educators. Placements are located in Maryland, New York, and New Jersey. You can learn more on our website.
Service Year: August 2022 - July 2023
Priority Deadline: December 1, 2021
Apply here today!
YouTube Promo Videos:
40 Second promo
Caption idea: Are you a college grad looking for a life-changing experience working in social justice? Check out our one-year service program. More info:gsvolunteers.org
2 min info video: Why join GSV?
Caption Idea: Are you a college grad looking for a life-changing experience working in social justice? Check out our one-year service program. More info:gsvolunteers.org