Center for Faith and Vocation

Volunteerism at the CFV

Serve. Reflect. Celebrate.

Volunteerism at the Center for Faith and Vocation is much more than giving your time, talents and treasures to a cause, it is an opportunity for self-discovery.

Through service students can reflect on their experience and learn about their strengths and weaknesses. In discerning the service experience students can celebrate who they are and how they can make a difference.  Volunteerism allows students to discover what it means to live a life of purpose meaning and contribution.

There are many opportunities to connect with volunteerism through the CFV. Over the last several years we have welcomed numerous students to take part in the life of the center. Students also engage their time and talents in external organizations like Habitat for Humanity and the House of Abraham Build, a multi-faith build that fosters interfaith understanding and cooperation.

Each of the student religious organizations that are a part of the Center undertakes their own initiatives for volunteerism as well.

You can learn more about these service opportunities by contacting Judith Cebula, Director, at (317) 923-7252.