Thousands of college graduates each year choose to offer themselves to a post‑graduate volunteer program.
Hundreds of programs exist, offering both domestic and international service opportunities. The Wolfington Center can offer the resources needed to discern which program might be the best fit for you.
Variables such as location, volunteer role, religious affiliation, housing, stipend, and others make each program unique.
“Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.”
– Charles Wesley
Easy-to-use resources are available in the Wolfington Center. Stop by and pick up the RESPONSE booklet, or use the links below to browse other opportunities.
Catholic Volunteer Network: catholicvolunteernetwork.org
Volunteers of America: voa.org
Contact a current Cabrini College Missioner at email@example.com.
Post-graduate volunteers enjoy many benefits by choosing to participate in a program.
Live in a part of the world that they’ve never known. Grow in their relationships. Live in community with like‑minded peer. Take on challenges in entirely new ways.
Whether you seek employment, health, or happiness in life after college, volunteering might be for you.
“My post-grad year of service has blessed me with the opportunity to do what I love with the strengths I have. I’ve grown this past year.
Before, I was concerned about where I was going and always looking at the road ahead. Now, I am more concerned about who I’m walking with and look ahead at who I want to be.”
– Martin Garcia, Cabrini Mission Corps 2013–15
If you’re interested in learning more about becoming one of these adventurous individuals, stop by the Wolfington Center (Founder’s Hall third floor), call 610.902.8408, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.