Post-Graduate Service - Explore Your Future!

Not Sure Exactly What to do After Graduation?
Wondering How the Liberal Arts Relates to the Real World?
Not Quite Ready to Pay Off Those Student Loans?
Want to Know How Your Passions & Skills Meet the Worlds Most Pressing Needs?
Many XU grads leave campus every year to serve around the corner or around the world. It is part of our Jesuit mission to not only be 'men and women for and with others' during your time on campus, but beyond!
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What is Post-Grad Service?

In most traditional Post-Grad Service programs, all of your living expense are covered including health insurance, and your loans can be deferred. Many even come with an educational grant upon completion of the year that you can credit toward past of future education. Don't let financial worries get in the way of your desire to serve! 

Post-Grad Service Basics
Post-Grad Service and Financial Guidance

Post-Grad Service Events

Post-Grad Volunteer Fair 

The Post-Graduate Volunteer Fair is open to all students considering opportunities in local, domestic, or international service after graduation. Visit with representatives from over 40 organizations including Peace Corps, Jesuite Volunteer Corps, Public Allies, and Americorps. Consider the possibilities and make personal contacts. Business attire is not necessary, though it is advised to wear clothing that you would want a future employer to see. Copies of updated resume strongly recommended. 

Find details about the 2014 Graduate School and Year of Service Fair here! 

To view a list of last year's attendees click HERE


One-on-One Advising 

Need some help selection your Post-Grad Service opportunity from so many options? Set up an appointment in the CFJ for Post-Grad Advising. For details call 513-745-3567 or come visit us in the GSC 310. 


Helpful Links
RESPONSE Directory Online - great online search tool to begin to narrow down the possibilities
Americorps - 1,000s of opportunities available through this national program
Stanford Fellowship, Internship, and Service Program Database - a great resource
ND Center for Social Concerns - includes domestic, international, secular, and religious opportunities
Service Leader - where the study and practice of volunteerism meet
Volunteer.gov - America's natural and cultural resources volunteer portal