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Notre Dame Clubs

Over one hundred local Notre Dame Clubs throughout the country welcome and support students in the SSLP each year. Thank you for your generosity and leadership in this collaborative effort which we hope is mutually beneficial for students, your ND Club, and people in need in your local community. 

As we plan for SSLP 2021, we are committed to the health and safety of Notre Dame Club hosts, as with our students and site partners. SSLP 2021 participants will serve exclusively in their home communities at an SSLP site sponsored by local Notre Dame Clubs. Students will either live at home or "on-site" at an SSLP service organization within a short drive to home so as to remove the risk of COVID-19 exposure between students and host families. All SSLP sites, in order to be eligible to receive a student next summer, will need to submit two distinct student service roles: an in-person direct service role like in past years as well as a service position a student could do while working remotely which this past summer proved can be very mutually beneficial and meaningful. We will plan for all students to do in-person direct service, but if it becomes impossible to do so, students will remain paired with the same SSLP organization but will shift to serving remotely.  

On the menu to the left, you will find resources to assist your ND Club in developing some of the key aspects of a vibrant SSLP placement. 

Contact Information: Ben Wilson is the primary contact person to support the work of Notre Dame Clubs with the SSLP. 


August 17 |  SSLP ND Club commitment forms are sent out asking ND Clubs if they are in a position to sponsor a student next summer. 

September 14 |  Deadline for ND Clubs to submit SSLP ND Club commitment forms to be eligible to receive maximum scholarship support from Andrews Scholarship Fund

September - November | Students apply, interview, and are matched for specific SSLP placements. ND Clubs and SSLP sites are notified as each student commits to a placement. Students are expected to contact their host ND Club and SSLP site staff within two weeks of committing to a placement.

Mid-May to Mid-August | Students begin their placements as early as the week after graduation and continue to as late as one week before the start of the fall term. At a minimum, we ask that you meet in person with your students at the beginning of their placement and at the end of the placement, and that you have contact with them every few weeks during their eight-week placement to check in with them.

August | Upon the completion of your students' placements, submit an evaluation form for each student.


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Upcoming Events

April 2021

Application Deadline | McNeill Leadership Fellows Program
Friday, April 30, 2021 - 12:00am to 11:45pm

May 2021

Labor Café | The Paid Leave Priority
Friday, May 7, 2021 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm

June 2021

July 2021

Just Wage Forum 2021 | Series Conclusion (Virtual)
Friday, July 23, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm

September 2021