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    Graduates Commit to Long Term Service Positions

    Five members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2021 committed to post-graduation long-term service projects with nonprofit organizations and underserved populations throughout the country.
    July 7, 2021

    Five members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2021 have committed to post-graduation long-term service projects with nonprofit organizations and underserved populations throughout the country. Their service begins this summer at programs run by the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.

    The following is a list of members of the University’s class of 2021 who committed to long-term service projects and their places of service.

    Abigail Guziewicz, a psychology and philosophy major from Peckville, will serve as a workforce development associate at Homeboy Industries, Los Angeles, California.

    Julia L. Hack, a political science major from Lake Katrine, New York, will serve as a client engagement specialist at St. Joseph the Worker, Phoenix, Arizona.

    Sarah A. Lajeunesse, a mathematics and philosophy major from Havertown, will serve as a client advocate with the Gabrielle Giffords Resource Center, Phoenix, Arizona.

    Brian J. Luisi, a marketing major from Ledgewood, New Jersey, will serve as a director of outreach services at Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine, San Antonio, Texas.

    Madison Ziobro, a biochemistry and Hispanic studies major from Scott Township, will work in a high school health office with Native American Health Centers, Oakland, California.

    Nationally recognized for its commitment to service, The University of Scranton was among just 29 elite colleges in the nation selected to the Catholic Volunteer Network’s 2020 “Top Schools for Service.” was among just 361 colleges in the nation to earn the highly-respected Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Community Engagement Classification and was among the higher education institutions named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Each year, more than 2,800 Scranton students volunteer for more than 175,000 hours of service.

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