ND Category ID: 

St. Ignatius School

The SSLP will take place both at the school in the Bronx in a neighborhood called Hunts Point, as well as at a boys' or girls' camp in Lake Placid, NY. The first five weeks will be spent at the school teaching in specific classes for specific students who are deficient. The remaining three weeks will be spent with the students and faculty at a leadership program at a campground in Lake Placid.

Jeremiah Program

The SSLP position will interface with many key aspects of the Jeremiah Program including Family Services, Admissions, Development, Key Volunteers, and Community Constituencies. Focus deliverables of the position will be working closely with the coaching staff and directly with families on direct support, expanding community resources, and participating and supporting organizational events. The student will work directly with mothers to help them navigate critical supports for success in their journey.

Nativity Academy at St. Boniface

School's Mission Statement: "Nativity Academy at St. Boniface is an independent Catholic middle school that transforms the lives of students who have a commitment to achievement and whose families demonstrate financial need."

Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory of Houston

Cristo Rey Jesuit is the 24th school in a larger network of similar schools across the nation, adopting an innovative, successful, and twelve-year proven model of secondary education for those most in need. Small, safe, and coeducational, the school is designed to provide a rigorous college preparatory, faith-based, education that is affordable for students from low-income families. The students help finance their education through an innovative model, the Corporate Work-Study Program, which places students in entry-level positions in businesses throughout Houston.

St. Joseph's Indian School

St. Joseph's Indian School is a Residential/Educational Facility for Native American children and youth from ages 6 to 18. For over 80 years, St. Joseph's has provided educational opportunities for those it has served. The internship provided by St. Joseph's Indian School is designed to give interns a unique set of experiences through hands-on involvement with student programming. Student will work with the summer day camp and the first to eighth grade summer residential home.


Doorways is an interfaith AIDS residence program, which provides housing to individuals and families. During the summer, Doorways provides an educational program for children in the Freedom School model. The student will serve as an intern and the food coordinator for the Freedom School, preparing meals for children and assisting the site supervisors and the teachers.

Student Responsibilities:

Study Hall

The Study Hall is an after-school and summer camp program which provides homework assistance, tutoring, and a variety of extra-curricular activities to more than 150 children. Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children works to ease the burden of homelessness and assists in establishing self-sufficiency by providing comprehensive education and supportive services.

Nativity School

The Nativity School of Worcester is an independent Jesuit middle school for inner-city boys living in the vulnerable neighborhoods of Worcester. The SSLP student assists in the administrative planning of the summer program for the 5th - 8th grade boys and assists the teachers in the delivery of the program.

St. Catherine of Siena Parish

Petersburg and Wrangell are both fishing communities located on islands in Southeast Alaska. The student will be works with the St. Catherine of Siena and St. Rose of Lima Parishes in the planning, implementation, and coordination of a Vacation Bible School (grades K-8). Additionally, students assists in minor repairs, landscaping, and upkeep of the parishes as needed.

Student Responsibilities:

Tenley Achievement Program (TAP)

The Tenley Achievement Program (TAP) is an academic and character development program for inner city boys, grades 3-10. During the summer the program offers academic classes, a sports league and daily mentoring. The student prepares the curriculum the first two weeks and then teaches one of the grades of children and assists with after-care.

Student Responsibilities:

View All Events

Upcoming Events

August 2019


September 2019