Jesuit Community Award for Outstanding Service --Call for No...

    April 21, 2020

    A note from Father Herb Keller, S.J., vice president for Mission and Ministry to staff and faculty of The University of Scranton.

    Dear Colleagues:

    Each year the Scranton Jesuit Community recognizes a member of the graduating class who has exemplified the Ignatian ideal of being ‘a man or woman for and with others.”

    The Jesuit Community Award for Outstanding Service is given to the graduate who has rendered extraordinary volunteer service to those most in need in the Scranton area and elsewhere. The widest possible definition of this service is used, but ordinarily it would occur outside the University. The service could have been rendered as part of a group effort or as an individual; through an agency or informally. It should be verifiable in some way.  Ordinary club activity is not included, unless it involves a substantial service component.

    With this message I invite you to submit nominations for this award to the Director of the Center for Service and Social Justice, Pat Vaccaro at  Pat will forward the names to the Jesuit Community. Please include all relevant information (an outline of the service, resume, etc.) and send the email recommendation by Friday, May 1.

    Thank you for your interest and assistance.  



    Father Herb Keller, S.J.
    Rector, Jesuit Community
    Vice President for Mission and Ministry

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