The Magis Society
Keep Growing: Your journey of personal growth doesn’t end when you leave Xavier. Being in the Magis Society will give you opportunities to continue asking life’s critical questions through reflections from other members and current CFJ staff. You will have access to future evenings of reflection and alumni retreats.
Stay Connected: Your time with CFJ programs as an undergraduate student at Xavier gave you a deep sense of community, organized around the important stuff in life. Don’t let that kind of community end there. Through the Magis Society, you can stay connected with the kinds of people who made your Xavier experience what it was and you’ll also get opportunities to grow that network once you leave. We’ll help you network with other people and organizations in your field and provide opportunities to get organized for common causes wherever you find yourself in the great big world out there.
Give Back: Just by virtue of the fact that you have been formed in big and small ways by the CFJ, you have a unique opportunity to support that same kind of transformation for future generations of Xavier students. Help students find their own path toward making their own lives better and the world around them better through your support. Donate your time and talent or support students financially through new and existing programs of the CFJ and together we’ll cultivate leaders who will join our movements for good in the years to come.
Are you a Xavier graduate who was involved in our programs? Want to join the Magis Society network?
Connections for Current Magis Society Members
The CFJ Blog highlights pieces written by Magis Society members as well as current students and staff focused on themes related to faith and justice in everyday life, community, and society. If you are doing something cool in the world or have wisdom to share from your post XU experience with a larger audience, we would love for you to contribute. Instructions found HERE.
Magis Member Spotlight: Grace Badik '13
Grace Badik was the Jesuit Volunteer (JV) for Street Roots in Portland, OR, serving the homeless community through her work with vendors from 2013-2015. She hails from Toledo, Ohio and received her Bachelors degree in Philosophy, Politics, and the Public from Xavier University in 2013. Grace recently started a position with JVC Northwest. Read her blog post Finding My Roots Delivering Others to [The Capital] on the CFJ Blog.