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Quaker Voluntary Service Information Session

QVS is an experiment at the intersection of transformational spirituality and activism, a year-long Fellowship program for young adults.

Date: Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

Time: 5:00 pm

Duration: 10 hours, 30 minutes

Location: Leighton 236

Contact: Andrea Kubinski, x5511

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Quaker Voluntary Service

Zenaida Peterson, Recruitment Coordinator and Connor Rohwer ’17, QVS Fellow in Atlanta will be on-campus to tell students more about the Quaker Voluntary Service & the Fellow program. Walter Edstrom ’17 (who will not be here) is also a Fellow in Boston.

Information Session: Wednesday, Jan. 17th - 5-6pm, Leighton 236

QUAKER VOLUNTARY SERVICE IS…
An 11-month experiment, living at the intersection of transformational spirituality and activism. Young adults work full-time in professional positions at community based organizations addressing a wide range of issues, while living in a cooperative house and worshiping with, and being mentored by, local Quakers. Fellows receive housing, transportation, food, support for health and wellness (including access to health insurance if needed), and a small stipend, while engaging in regular self-led workshops and retreats that allow for continuing education in social justice, faith, and community building topics.

We hope you are able to attend one or both of these events.  If not, please reach out to Zenaida at recruitment@quakervoluntaryservice.org and she is happy to meet with you one on one!

 

Audiences:

Students, Faculty, Staff

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This page was last updated on 11 January 2018