Want to know which FJVs are in your area and what they’re up to? Northwest FJVs reside throughout the country and we can help get you connected with others in your area.
- Check out the new FJV online directory: FJV Connect
- Communicate with others on our Facebook page
- Find us on Instagram, Twitter ,and LinkedIn
- Browse through recent photos in our Flickr photostream
You can also contact our Alumni Coordinator, Sarah Jones, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Outreach and Events Coordinator, Zach Reuter, at email@example.com to find out more about events and gatherings in your area!
Have an opportunity (education, job, retreats, etc) you want to share with the FJV Community? Send it to us here:Submit Here
Positions available at JVC Northwest
Other Job Opportunities
Fairfield College Preparatory School, Fairfield, CT
Coordinator of Youth Ministry
Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Baltimore, MD
Direct Service Staff (2 positions open)
My Brother’s Keeper, Easton and Dartmouth, MA
Community Program Coordinator
A Home to Share, Bend, OR
USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus, Chicago, IL
Catholic Volunteer Network, Takoma Park, MD
Confluence Year (Episcopal Service Corps), Columbus, OH
Johnson Service Corps, Chapel Hill, NC
KNOM Radio Volunteer Fellowship
KNOM Radio Station, Nome, AK
Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry, Richmond, VA
Director of Youth Ministries & Associate Director of Bend Youth Collective
Bend Youth Collective, Bend, OR
Catholic Charities of Oregon, Portland, OR
HomePlate Youth Services, Hillsboro, OR
Outreach and Pastoral Care Program Manager
St. Michael Parish, Olympia, WA
Communications and Programs Coordinator
Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach, Washington, D.C.
Cascades AIDS Project, Portland, OR
FrancisCorps, Syracuse, NY
Casserly House, Boston, MA
Senior Program Director
Resource Media, San Francisco, CA
Program Manager, Service and Community Partnerships
University of Portland, Portland, OR
Ecuador Program Director
Rostro de Cristo, Guayaquil, Ecuador
YWCA of Clark County, Vancouver, WA
FrancisCorps, Syracuse, NY
Catholic Volunteer Network, Takoma Park, MD
Comboni Mission Center, Chicago, IL
Mentor (50+ Adult Volunteer)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Puget Sound, Seattle, WA
Tutor (50+ Adult Volunteer)
Boys & Girls Club of King County, Kirkland, WA
Educurious Expert/Tutor (50+ Adult Volunteer)
Opportunity Youth Job Fair Mentor (50+ Adult Volunteer)
Educurious, Seattle, WA
Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO
Corporate Accountability International, Boston, MA & remote
FaithHappenings, multiple cities, USA
Pathways to Housing, Washington, D.C.
Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC), multiple places throughout New England
HealthRIGHT 360 Resource Center, San Francisco, CA
La Clínica del Pueblo, Washington, DC
L’Arche Portland, Portland OR
Retreats & Conferences
Are you interested in learning about the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius? The Spiritual Exercises gives you an opportunity to immerse yourself in Ignatian prayer where you can experience personal growth and transformation, where you can learn to seek God in all things, and where you can draw nearer to Jesus by becoming a “contemplative in action.” Join SEEL for an information night on Monday, July 10 at 7 PM. Questions? Call Janet Buck – 503-951-8682 or visit www.seelportland.org. Information Night and Retreats held at: The Loyola Jesuit Center Maria della Strada.
After Volunteer Experience (AVE)
Open enrollment, New Mexico
After Volunteer Experience is a re-entry program sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati and an outreach to young adult women who have participated in postgraduate service domestically or internationally. Transition after a year or more of volunteer service can pose significant challenges. AVE provides a reflective space to integrate the volunteer experience and discern future directions in life and ministry. The program includes room, board, and meals for 1-3 months in Southern New Mexcio, intentional community with Sisters of Charity, program structure customized to participant’s needs, weekly volunteer experience at the border, spiritual direction and overall health counseling, and career planning and development. Go to http://www.srcharitycinti.org/vowed/AVE.htm for more information.
Have a retreat or conference happening in your area you want to share with other former volunteers? Email us!
Retreat Resources from the FJV Community
Soul Spring Essence – FJV Sue Artone-Fricke (Omak, WA ’80-82), a Sister of St. Francis, has, along with another sister, have founded a nonprofit organization called Soul Spring which, “…honors the essence, the loving wisdom that is core within each person. We guide people to cultivate harmony and peace within themselves, with others, and with all of creation through insight-based programs open to all, especially people with limited resources.” Soul Spring offers some of the best of what we’ve learned in our religious life to people who seek self-awareness, growth, and spirituality. Individual and group spiritual direction and retreat facilitation available, see their website for more information.
Karen Marie Retreats – FJV Karen Murphy (Missoula, MT ’09-10) has recently began operating her own retreat organization, whose mission is, “Inspired by the voices, wisdom, and fidelity of the women who have nurtured the Christian tradition, it is my sincere hope to companion women and men of faith in their journeys with God, serving the nourishment of their spirits, and helping them to receive the many spiritual gifts we have inherited from our faith parents.” To learn more about Karen’s journey and/or Karen Marie Retreats and how you can bring them to your church, organization, or program, click here. Karen is based out of NY but can travel anywhere, as needed.
Live Your Purpose Coaching – Former Lutheran and Peace Corps volunteer Sara Jones runs her own life coaching business, for both individuals and groups, catered to former full-time service immersion volunteers. Through coaching take stock of who you are today (with your volunteer experience and everything else in you), find new purpose in your days, and gain clarity on your next meaningful direction…all while carrying your service with you. Sara’s coaching can take place in person and/or remotely, so if you are a former JV and looking for clarity and guidance on your path forward, go to Sara’s website and learn more. Her services are geared to former volunteers who have more recently completed their year of service but she is open to working with people of all ages. Sara is also available for workshops and retreat facilitation so email her for more on those opportunities.
For a list of colleges and universities that match the Segal AmeriCorps Education Award click here.Creighton University Center for Service and Justice (CCSJ) + Graduate School
The CCSJ graduate assistant is a position designed to give graduate students (particularly those individuals pursuing Master’s degrees in Ministry, Theology, or Christian Spirituality, but also with opportunities in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution and other fields) a chance to develop leadership and proficiency in faith/justice ministry as an integral member of the CCSJ team. Past Graduate Assistants have primarily worked with the Service & Justice Trips program, but have also worked with the Weekly Service program, office Communications Team, office Fundraising Team, and Project Homeless Connect Omaha. Compensation includes either partial or full tuition depending on the graduate program, stipend, and numerous opportunities for professional development.
Applications are now being accepted with a priority deadline of March 15th.
If you have any questions about the CCSJ Graduate Assistant position, please contact Ken Reed-Bouley, director of the CCSJ.
Questions regarding the Creighton University graduate school and graduate school admissions process can be directed to either program advisers or the Graduate School.
Creighton also has a doctoral program in Interdisciplinary Leadership, more about that program can be found here. To read specifically about the concept of Jesuit Leadership in this program click here.
Foundations of Christian Leadership brings together emerging leaders from a variety of faith-based organizations as colleagues in an encouraging and collaborative learning environment. The program includes two four-day, in-person gatherings where participants explore their gifts and cultivate the practices that are essential for spurring transformation within Christian organizations. There are multiple locations available.
As a Foundations participant, you also become eligible for a $5,000 Innovation Grant to spark your theological and practical imagination and enhance the mission of your organization.
Is Foundations right for me?
Foundations of Christian Leadership benefits those who care about the Church in the world and want to build skills to lead Christian institutions with joy and creativity. Over the years, we have had lay and clergy leaders from a variety of faith-based organizations participate. Ideal applicants are those who have been in a leadership position in a Christian institution for fewer than five years. Typically, they are working on new projects or with an expanded scope of responsibility and seeking ways to sustain key activities over time.
What does it cost?
The $1,500 registration fee includes leadership assessments, other program materials, and some meals. You may apply for a $5,000 grant to promote innovation in your organization. The funding, made possible through the generous support of Lilly Endowment Inc., will be awarded to your sponsoring institution.
What do I need to do?
As part of the application, we will ask you to answer brief essay questions and provide a resume and letter of recommendation.
Pursue graduate study and practical ministry experience at Loyola University New Orleans – a great Jesuit university located in a great Catholic city…for FREE! Work with University Ministry on retreats and Christian Life Communities at Loyola in exchange for tuition for a Loyola Institute for Ministry master’s degree in pastoral studies or religious education that is trans-formative and firmly rooted in Catholic theology and Ignatian spirituality. Room and board may also be available if you wish to serve as a residence hall chaplain.
For more information, please see http://mm.loyno.edu/jesuit-center/university-ministry-internship
Each year many FJVs discern a call to go deeper into ministry, faith, theological study, and service through a degree program at JST. Our alumni go on to serve as: teachers, campus ministers, non-profit administrators, pastoral associates, community organizers, chaplains and retreat center directors. JST offers several full-tuition Presidential Scholarships for incoming Master of Divinity degree students, with at least one of these scholarships being awarded to an FJV. Additionally, JST awards up to 90% tuition grants for all degree programs.
A Member of the Graduate Theological Union
To find out more about this program or if you have any questions, please contact: Mary LaBarre, Ed. D.Director, Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry phone 503-943-7365 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Significant fellowships will be offered to eligible students who demonstrate leadership potential in religious education and parish catechesis.
You can email a request for further information and application materials to email@example.com or you can call us at 800-487-1167. Also check out our website – www.bc.edu/irepm – for information about other IREPM programs and for the details our Raskob Foundation Relocation Grants for former full-time volunteers.
For further information about the program, please visit www.clarku.edu/departments/idce/academicsGradCDP.cfm.
The MA IDS living classroom pushes students beyond mere cultural immersion. They are intentionally confronted with “development” complexities faced every day by nearly two-thirds of the world’s population. In addition, field study includes working and researching within various organizations in the community through service-learning engagement. A program brochure can be found here.
For more information, please contact Jenny Clark (503-493-6585) or visit our website: http://www.cu-portland.edu/academics/colleges/college-theology-arts-and-sciences/graduate-programs/international-development.
To carry out this mission, MAGIS recruits talented graduates from undergraduate programs who desire to teach not just a career but as a vocation.
MAGIS teachers make a two-year commitment to teach in a Catholic school while living in community, pursuing professional and spiritual development. These three pillars are the foundation for the work of MAGIS teachers. Creighton University provides excellence in education and the MAGIS Program maximizes opportunities for personal and professional growth.
For more information visit: http://www2.creighton.edu/magis/
Missioners attend a discernment weekend in the Spring, and a 14-week training program in the Fall. Upon completion, they attend language school and begin a 3-year assignment in Africa or Latin America. They share their talents in health care, education, agronomy, community development, administration, technical skills, and pastoral work. They live together in community and participate in pastoral teams of Comboni priests, religious and local leaders.
Comboni Lay Mission Program is currently forming pastoral teams to serve in Guatemala, Kenya, Peru, South Africa and Eritrea. Visit their website to learn more about the program, and to fill out a preliminary application form:http://www.laymission-comboni.org/
Comboni Lay Missionary Program
1615 E. 31st Street
La Grange Park, IL 60526
Earlham School of Religion is a Christian graduate theological school in the Quaker tradition. Throughout their history, Quakers have taken a leading role in speaking truth to power, exposing social and economic concerns, and ministering to those among us who are most in need. If you resonate with these values you can be a part of this continuing work regardless of your religious background. Whether or not you have ever given thought to seminary or graduate theological school, an ESR degree may be a viable career path for you. Our students can focus on a variety of emphases including Teaching, Leadership, Peace and Justice, Ministry of Writing and more.
While ESR already offers significant financial support for Master of Arts and Master of Divinity students through its need-based aid and scholarship programs, ESR seeks to specifically support those who have been involved in service and who want to continue their engagement during seminary and beyond. ESR will offer a limited number of full-tuition scholarships to accepted, degree-seeking, residential student applicants within three years of completing a year of service with JVC Northwest.
The Echoing Green Fellowship offers entrepreneurs up to $90,000 in seed funding to support and launch a new organization. Teach for America, City Year, and over 400 other social change organizations have begun through an Echoing Green Fellowship. People with incredible, new ideas who are determined to make their idea a reality are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Evergreen State College seeks AmeriCorps members and alumni with a desire to become TEACHERS. The fall 2013 Master in Teaching (MiT) program will be on the Olympia campus and applications are accepted until April 3, 2013. An application fee waiver is available, and applicants with AmeriCorps experience may apply for a MiT education award worth approximately one quarter of in-state tuition to supplement the Segal Education Award. See www.evergreen.edu/americorps or contact MiT advisor Maggie Foran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360.867.6559.
Additional information can be obtained by contacting the IPED office at:
International Political Economy and Development Program
Bronx, New York 10458
Fordham University Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education (GRE) is a school of ministry committed to cultivating academic competence, scholarly research and ministerial skills in religious education and pastoral studies. In accordance with its Catholic, Jesuit tradition, GRE encourages students to integrate academic knowledge with personal wisdom, and to serve the church and society as committed and compassionate leaders.
GRE current students and graduates are actively serving the mission of healing the brokenhearted, of promoting justice, of lifting up those who have fallen, of calling out to the lost, and of handing on the faith in a variety of contexts from parishes, chaplain’s offices, Catholic schools, Jesuit Universities, and Diocesan offices. In short, we strive to be a community of “doers of the Word” (James 1:22).
All Catholic Volunteer Network alums who are admitted to one of GRE’s programs receive a 40% tuition reduction. For more information about our programs and how to apply, visit www.fordham.edu/gre, email GREadmit@fordham.edu, or call 718-817-4800.
Former JVs bring unique, valuable perspectives to the classroom through their experiences serving their communities. In keeping with Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit heritage, and informed by our commitment to living as women and men in service to others, we honor those who have served for at least one (1) year with the JVC or JVC Northwest by applying a tuition discount to eligible students.
Applicable programs: All Master of Professional Studies (MPS) programs, Executive Master of Professional Studies (EMPS) programs, and Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (BALS) and Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) programs.
Discount amount: Former JVs are eligible for a 15% tuition discount during each semester in which they are registered for classes. Tuition rates are adjusted annually and go into effect at the conclusion of each spring semester. This scholarship shall not apply to study abroad programs or any additional fees levied by Georgetown University.
More information on the program can be found on Georgetown’s website here.
M.A. in Theology and Leadership
The Online Master’s in Theology and Leadership is grounded in a Christian, Ignatian tradition that integrates organizational leadership courses to deliver a unique degree. Current students say they are not only strengthening their religious education, but gaining leadership skills that will serve them in any discipline. The degree can be used by those interested in youth ministry, education, chaplaincy and hospital administration. The Online program is flexible, there are no set times to take classes and students are able to balance work, family and school. Gonzaga is committed to keeping this program affordable with a reduced tuition rate and scholarships. Financial aid is also available.
Call an Admissions Counselor at 866-380-5323 or send us an email at email@example.com
M.A. in Organizational Leadership
Gonzaga’s Online Master’s in Organizational Leadership degree prepares students to be effective leaders in their organizations. Students learn skills they can use on the job right now including: conflict resolution, team building and project management. The degree offers an optional Servant Leadership Concentration and Global Leadership Concentration as well as study abroad opportunities. The Online program is flexible, there are no set times to take classes and students are able to balance work, family and school. Financial aid and scholarships are available.
Call an Admissions Counselor at 866-380-5323 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
M.A. in Communication and Leadership Studies
Gonzaga’s Online Master’s in Communication and Leadership prepares students to be effective, ethical communicators in their organizations. The degree offers three optional concentrations: Strategic and Organizational Communication, International and Intercultural Communication and College Teaching of Communication. There are also several opportunities to study abroad. The Online program is flexible, there are no set times to take classes and students are able to balance work, family and school. Financial aid and scholarships are available.
Call an Admissions Counselor at 866-380-5323 or send us an email at email@example.com
Any former Jesuit Volunteer may apply for this service program. Offered by Loyola University Chicago, JVC: Magis is for dedicated people seeking meaning in their life who want to:
- serve people in the inner city;
- explore a deeper spirituality;
- earn a Master’s Degree in one of the following areas: social work, pastoral studies, divinity, social justice, spirituality, secondary education. (Dual degree programs are not offered through JVC Magis.) This is offered as a full scholarship opportunity for all participating volunteers;
- consider making ministry and/or service a lifelong commitment.
For more information visit http://www.luc.edu/law/admission/jd/scholarships_firstyear.html#amaker
Marquette University Trinity Fellows Program
Marquette University Trinity Fellows Program
The Trinity Fellows Program is a 21- month study/work graduate fellowship program dedicated to developing urban leaders with a commitment to social and economic justice. While engaged in full-time graduate study, Fellows work at area nonprofit agencies 18 hours per week for two academic years and 40 hours per week during the intervening summer. Trinity offers fellowships in 13 fields of study: Business, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Communication, Economics, Educational Policy and Leadership, English, History, Human Resources, International Affairs, Applied Philosophy, Political Science, Public Service, or Theology. Up to 15 fellowships will be awarded per year. A student fact sheet can be found here.
Eligibility, Benefits, Fees
- To qualify for the program, student applicants must meet the admission standards of the graduate school and must have completed service in AmeriCorps, the Peace Corps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, or a comparable full-time volunteer organization. The length of full-time service commitment should be no less than ten months; one or more years preferred. There is no time limit between close of service and application to our program.
- Fellowships include a monthly stipend (currently $1,565 per month) and a full-tuition scholarship. These benefits exceed $60,000.
- Each student is charged a $1,250 participation fee per semester (fees total $5000).
Application deadlines for the Fall 2017-Spring 2019 term is January 15, 2017.The Fellowship term begins in mid-August.
For more information, contact Carolyn Swabek at (414) 288-0637 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Carole Ferrara at (414) 288-5861 or email@example.com. Visit our website at www.marquette.edu/trinityfellows for details on application and graduate programs.
Nativity School of Worcester is a tuition free, independent Jesuit middle school for boys living in the vulnerable neighborhoods of Worcester, Massachusetts. Nativity exists first and foremost to provide an exceptional educational opportunity to boys from disadvantaged backgrounds. In a structured learning environment, including an 11-hour school day, an extended school year, individualized tutoring and often less than 15 pupils per class – our students are pushed to greater academic heights while being supported by an unwavering, compassionate staff. 100% of our admitted students qualify for the federal free/reduced lunch program, placing their household incomes at or below the federal poverty line.
As a Nativity Teaching Fellow, you have the ability to significantly impact the lives of “at risk” boys. Fellows animate Nativity as full-time teachers, advisors, coaches, and mentors over a two year period. Fellows receive health and life insurance, housing, a monthly food allowance, and a small living stipend throughout their time at Nativity. Nativity Fellows also have the opportunity to pursue a number of graduate degree programs at no out-of-pocket expense.
Northeastern University is now offering a scholarship to AmeriCorps alumni in the form of a 25% Tuition Discount across a wide range of graduate programs available both online and on ground. For more information on the scholarship as well as a list of applicable programs, please visit their website: http://www.northeastern.edu/seattle/admissions/full-circle-scholarship/.
In addition to studying with a renowned Theology faculty, students do three years of field education and participate in comprehensive human and spiritual formation. For more information please contact director, Msgr. Michael Heintz at Michael.W.Heintz.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through this scholarship, any admitted applicant to the University of St. Thomas Law School who has completed or is scheduled to complete a service commitment (through a term of one year or more) with a Catholic Volunteer Network program is guaranteed a 20% renewable three-year scholarship. Service scholars also are eligible for additional dean’s scholarship awards ranging from 20% to 80%. No additional scholarship application is required for the Service Scholarship award, but an applicant must include with his or her application a statement of service indicating his or her service period. Applicants may be asked for documentation verifying the completion of the service commitment. Volunteers and alumni can apply for admission and pay no application fee at www.lsac.org. Learn more about the University of St. Thomas School of Law and its unique mission at www.stthomas.edu/law. For more information about this opportunity, please contact: Christina Holmgren, Assistant Director of Law Admissions: email@example.com or via phone at (651) 962-4836.
Given the demands of healthcare reform, marketplace changes, the increasing complexity of the profession and challenges facing healthcare leaders, the School of Healthcare Administration and Leadership (HAL) provides academic programming that supports the individual professional growth needed to develop highly-trained healthcare leaders.
The School was created in spring 2013 to incorporate the following professional programs already in existence within the College of Health Professions:
For further information about the programs, please visit http://www.pacificu.edu/healthcare-administration-leadership/
A degree can be completed in two years full-time or five years part-time, either during the academic year or over five summers. All former Jesuit Volunteers (JVC and JVI) are eligible for 25% tuition remission. Additional generous scholarships are available based on need.
Scholarships available to students with demonstrated involvement in social justice work and an interest in pursuing Public Interest and Social Justice legal careers. Students can receive $5,000 per year for all three years of Law School.
For more information, visit the Law Admissions page at www.scu.edu/law/admissions.
The School for International Training (SIT) Graduate Institute and Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest have teamed up to offer benefits to JVC Northwest alumni seeking to continue their pursuits of social justice through an SIT master’s degree program. This partnership highlights the values of both organizations in integrating the power of education and service as tools to promote greater understanding across cultures.
Applicable programs: All full time master’s programs both on the Vermont and Washington DC Campuses
- Master of Arts in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management (Self-Designed)
- Master of Arts in International Education (on campus)
- Master of Arts in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation
- Master of Arts in Sustainable Development: Advocacy, Leadership, and Social Change
- Master of Arts in Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management (full-time)
- Master of Arts in TESOL (on campus)
- Two scholarships of $10,000 each will be awarded annually on a competitive basis to former JVs
- SIT will waive the $50 application fee for JVC Northwest alumni.
- SIT will also consider JVC Northwest service to fulfill SIT’s practicum requirement in conjunction with an SIT master’s degree program.
Scholarships will be open to current and former JVC Northwest volunteers who are accepted into an SIT Graduate Institute master’s degree program.
More information on the programs and the scholarship can be found at: http://graduate.sit.edu/
Alumni Service Days/ Immersion Trips
Days of Prayer
Weekend Ignatian Retreats
Ignatian Spirituality Programs
Vocational Discernment Initiatives
Magis: Alumni Committed for Mission promotes spirituality, service and leadership opportunities for Puget Sound alumni of Seattle University and all Jesuit Universities through on and off-campus partnerships, such as:
Saint John’s School of Theology recently announced a new scholarship program for alumni of Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN) programs. Full-time Masters students who have completed a year of service can earn a 50% scholarship. Find out more about this program and other graduate programs geared towards former volunteers in the alumni section of the CVN website.
Former Jesuit Volunteers (FJVs) who are admitted and enroll as full-time students in the Willamette Early Career/Career Change MBA program will be awarded a minimum $5,000 scholarship, or alternately may be eligible for a match of their Segal Education Award (this award would match the funding the student receives from AmeriCorps for up to one year of service). The scholarship awards are renewable for the second year of MBA study. Consideration for additional scholarship awards up to full tuition or graduate assistantships are also available based on eligibility. The application fee is waived for FJVs.
Willamette University’s Atkinson Graduate School of Management offers FJVs the opportunity to earn the Master of Business Administration for Business, Government and Not-for-Profit Management (MBA). In just 21 months, Willamette MBA students learn the principles of management, refine their career interests, develop one or more career areas of interest, and build the network and portfolio of experience needed in a competitive global economy. All Willamette MBA students participate in the PACE program where they serve as management consultants for selected not-for-profit and government enterprises. This service/consulting project provides a valuable opportunity for students to apply what they learn, build professional experience, contribute to the community through enhancing the operations of client service organization, and supports the university’s mission of “Not unto ourselves alone are we born.”
ResourcesPartner and Other Organization Websites
- Adbusters magazine
- Amnesty International
- Catholic Volunteer Network
- Call to Action USA
- Pax Christi USA
- Catholic Climate Covenant
- Franciscan Spiritual Center (Milwaukie, OR)
- Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center (Seattle, WA)
- Krista Foundation
- National Christian Life Community
- Magis at Seattle University
- School of the Americas watch
- The Fellowship of Reconciliation
- The Jesuit Post
- Volunteers Exploring Vocation (VEV)
- United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
- A Nation in Denial: The Truth about Homelessness, by Alice Baum, Donald Burnes
- A People’s History of the United States, by Howard Zinn
- Being Zen, by Ezra Bayda
- Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, by Dee Brown
- Callings, by Gregg Michael Levoy
- Community and Growth, by Jean Vanier
- Diet for a Small Planet, by Frances M. Lappe
- Doing Faith Justice, by Fred Kammer, SJ
- Following Christ in a Consumer Society, by John Kavanaugh, SJ
- Favorite Recipes by JVC Northwest Current and Former Staff Members
- How Can I Help? by Ram Dass
- Instructions to the Cook: A Zen Master’s Guide to Living a Life that Matters, by Bernie Glassman
- Jesus Before Christianity, by Albert Nolan, OP
- Let Your life Speak, by Palmer Parker
- Mountains Beyond Mountains, by Tracy Kidder
- Open Veins of Latin America, by Eduardo Galeano
- Peace is Every Step, by Thich Nhat Hanh
- Pedagogy of the Oppressed, by Paulo Freire
- Prison Writings, by Leonard Peltier
- Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger, by Ron Side
- School of Assassins, by Jack Nelson Pallmeyer
- Sharing the Darkness: The Spirituality of Caring, by Sheila Cassidy
- Start Where You Are, by Pema Chodron
- Street Journal, by Gary Smith, SJ
- Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion, by Gregory Boyle
- The Long Loneliness, by Dorothy Day
- The Miracle of Mindfulness, by Thich Nhat Hanh
- The Violence of Love: The Pastoral Wisdom of Archbishop Romero, by James Brockman