POST-SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Graduate School Scholarships

GSV has partnered with graduate schools to offer full or partial scholarships to volunteers after their year of service. Please also visit the Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN) for more academic opportunities!


Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College: The Heinz College-Good Shepherd Volunteers Scholarship awards a minimum of $7,000 per semester to incoming students who meet the eligibility criteria. Click here for more information>>

Boston College School of Theology and Ministry: Boston College STM will award a current or former Good Shepherd Volunteer, who is admitted and enrolled in a degree program, a scholarship that covers at least 75% of their tuition costs. Click here to visit STM website for more information>> For further questions please contact Adam Poluzzi, Ph.D., Associate Dean Enrollment Management, at adam.poluzzi@bc.edu 617-552-6506.

Fordham University Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education: This program offers 40% discount to former volunteers! All Catholic Volunteer Network alums (which include GSV alums) who are admitted to one of GRE’s programs receive a 40% tuition reduction. For more information about the programs and how to apply, visit www.fordham.edu/gre, email GREadmit@fordham.edu, or call 718-817-4800.

Villanova University: The Campus Ministry Graduate Internship trains young adults to serve the Church through a rigorous and integrated program of theological and ministerial education and formation. It combines a masters degree in theology (or another discipline) with a certificate in pastoral ministry at no cost. Click here to learn more about the program.

University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, MN-Service Scholars Program: Through this scholarship, any admitted applicant to the 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. For more information about this opportunity, please contact Christina Holmgren, Assistant Director of Law Admissions christina.holmgren@stthomas.edu, 651-962-4836.

Grad School for Service Junkies:
Download this PDF of graduate programs for volunteers >

Good Shepherd Volunteers connects recent college graduates to one-year, full time volunteer opportunities serving women, children, and adolescents affected by poverty, violence, and neglect. Developing relationships with under-resourced communities empowers volunteers to grow in a knowledge and faith that inspires them to lead a life of seeking justice. GSV has placements in New York, New Jersey and the Washington D.C. area in a variety of fields: public policy and advocacy, economic justice, youth counseling, foster care and education. 

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