Outreach

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Pennsylvania Catholic Conference

Student Responsibilities:
This project oriented internship involves research, writing and outreach about public policy issues of concern to the Catholic Church. Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, writing articles, writing and designing informative bulletin inserts, research or other communications and advocacy activities.


United Way of the Capital Region

Student Responsibilities:

Samaritan Center of Jefferson City

The Samaritan Center is an interfaith social service agency organized to meet emergency or crisis needs of the people in Mid-Missouri area which are not already being met through state and federal or other nonprofit programs. The Center is to be an advocate of the people who ask for help and fulfill the Gospel message of Jesus. This agency does not discriminate as to race, ethnic origin, religion, or age.


Immigration & Refugee Services of Catholic Charities - Diocese of Harrisburg

Immigration & Refugee Services: Harrisburg works with volunteers, refugee families, and community services representatives. Through lenses of "professional voluntes" involvement into the resettlement work, the student is expected to provide an opinion in a blueprint proposal at the end of the program about resettlement aspects that need immediate attention and are worth supporting. Also, the student will be a steering committee member for the International Refugee Day and will focus on community outreach aspects.


Urban Ministries - Open Door Clinic

Urban Ministries of Wake County is a non-profit human service organization that alleviates the effects of poverty in Wake County by meeting people's basic needs for food, shelter, and healthcare. We provide services that promote self-sufficiency and building awareness of the issues of poverty within the larger community by leveraging financial support with volunteers and in-kind contributions. One of the community support services we provide is a free medical clinic, the Open Door Clinic.

St. Martin's HopeWorks

St. Martin’s Hopeworks has been serving the Albuquerque community for over 34 years by assisting the homeless. Our non-profit is unique in the community because of the number of different services we have to meet the needs of individuals and families. We provide shelter/food programs, mental health services, job assistance and other critical programs. The services provided by St. Martin’s stress flexibility, accessibility, and comprehensive care, the qualities necessary to assist individuals and families out of homelessness.

International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC office in Boise assists refugees who are resettled in the Boise area.

Father Fred Foundation

The Father Fred Foundation provides food, clothing and furniture at no cost and emergency cash assistance to help local families and children. Depending on the student's interests, he or she may work in the food pantry filling orders, in the clothing and household goods assisting guests with their shopping, greeting donors, sorting clothes, in intake helping guests needing food, furniture and financial assistance, or as a greeter in the waiting room facilitating our guests' experience at the Foundation.

Mooncrest Neighborhood Programs

Mission: Recognizing the dignity and beauty of each person, the Mooncrest Ministry promotes spiritual, intellectual, physical, social and emotional development for the children and families of the Mooncrest neighborhood. Mooncrest is a low income, primarily rental community with no access to public transportation. Mooncrest Neighborhood Programs works to ensure the needs of the vulnerable are met through advocacy, education and action.


REACH Pikes Peak

REACH Pikes Peak’s mission is to increase the capacity of low-income individuals and families to become self-sufficient. In 2017 REACH Pikes Peak served 16,933 community members and provided 6,578 services to help our severely low-income to moderate families stay stable and thrive out of poverty to full sustainability service all of El Paso County with offices in downtown Colorado Springs, Calhan and Fountain.


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April 2021

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

May 2021

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

June 2021

July 2021

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

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