If you are considering working in the non-profit and public sector, you might want to check out the following websites:
Contact the Mission and Ministry Post-Graduation Vocational Discernment Staff
VINCENT DECOLA, SJ: Assistant Dean for the First Year Experience at Fordham College Lincoln Center, is a great resource to provide information around JVC Domestic & International volunteer opportunities and NY Nativity Schools, where volunteers teach in an urban setting geared to help middle school students from very low-income families.
FCLC, 212-636-6696, email@example.com
JOAN P. CAVANAGH, MA, MS: Director of Campus Ministry at the Westchester Campus, is available to provide any assistance or support around the discernment process. She holds Master’s degrees in Theology (Seminary of the Immaculate Conception Seminary, '96) and Counseling (Fordham University GSE '05) and, trained as a hospital chaplain (achieving Advanced Standing in ACPE and certification in the National Association of Catholic Chaplains) and as a bereavement counselor through Calvary Hospital.
Campus Ministry, 914-36-3420, firstname.lastname@example.org
KATE CAVANAGH, MSW: Associate Coordinator of Service-Learning in the Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice. She has a Master’s in Social Work with a focus in community organizing. She has worked around anti-racist organizing with educators and social workers as well as in conflict resolution with youth.
Dorothy Day Center for Service & Justice, 212-636-7464, email@example.com
KATHERYN CRAWFORD, MSW: Assistant Coordinator in the Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice. She has a Master’s in Social Work with a focus in community organizing. She has worked around youth organizing in high schools within the NY Public School System.
Dorothy Day Center for Service & Justice, 212-636-7464
CAROL GIBNEY, MSW: Associate Director of Campus Ministry for Lincoln Center and Director of Ignatian Programs, coordinates volunteer opportunities for staff, students and faculty. She is an adjunct and Faculty Advisor with Fordham’s Graduate School of Social Service.
Campus Ministry, 914-367-3420, firstname.lastname@example.org
SANDRA LOBO-JOST, MSW: Director of the Dorothy Day Center for Service & Justice, received her Masters in Social Work from Fordham University and has worked on immigration rights, youth issues and community organizing.
Dorothy Day Center for Service & Justice, 718-817-4510, email@example.com
THERESA MURPHY: Coordinator of Global Outreach at the Lincoln Center Campus. She served as a Jesuit Volunteer from 2006-2007 in Phoenix, AZ where she worked as a life skills facilitator at a refugee resettlement agency. She is currently an MA student in the International Political Economic and Development program.
Global Outreach, 212-636-6269, firstname.lastname@example.org
JENNIFER M. MUSSI, PH.D.: Assistant to the Vice President for University Mission and Ministry and coordinated the Transitions Senior Year Experience program in the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development for ten years before joining the Division of University Mission and Ministry. Jennifer regularly leads Fordham students through post-graduate leadership development workshops and reflective exercises.
Office of the Vice President for University Mission and Ministry, 718-817-3012, email@example.com.
EMILY WILANT: Administrator of Global Outreach at Rose Hill. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Moldova in 2008 where she taught English as a foreign language. From 2008-2009, she was an AmeriCorps Volunteer at Heifer International Learning Center at Heifer Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas where she facilitated hands-on experiential education programs.
Global Outreach, (718) 817-0883, firstname.lastname@example.org