Are you interested in being part of the community at Creighton Prep? Consider this your invitation to find out more about the Creighton Prep Alumni Volunteer Corps (AVC)!
What is the AVC?
The AVC is a program that offers a Creighton Prep alumnus who recently graduated from college the opportunity to give a year of his life in service as a full-time volunteer at the school. Volunteers serve in collaboration with the other men and women who share a commitment to Jesuit education.
AVC volunteers are challenged to be Men for Others by working in the ministry of Jesuit secondary education and by living in community with other AVC volunteers.
What are the benefits of being involved in this program?
- A room.
- Health insurance.
- A small, monthly stipend.
- Valuable work experience.
- The privilege of meaningful service.
- The challenge of simple, community living.
- Support for personal development.
- The opportunity to explore a deeper spiritual life.
- The opportunity to test a service-focused career.
What do AVC volunteers do?
AVC volunteers are involved in a variety works. Areas of possible service include: academic counseling and tutoring, teaching, pastoral activities, service program activities, coaching, Advancement Office, etc.
Placements are made with the objective of matching a volunteer’s interests, background and abilities with the expressed needs of the school.
What are the basic qualifications of an AVC volunteer?
- A Creighton Prep alum who recently graduated from college.
- Willingness to make a one-year commitment over the course of an academic year.
- Christian motivation for service.
- Desire and ability to work and live with others.
- Flexible, enthusiastic, self-starter.