The Catholic University of America

CUA Serves 

Each year, CUA graduates go on to give their time, life, and most importantly their love to those who are in need. Students commit 1-2 years of volunteer service in various cities across the country and in the world. Please read some stories from our alumni who have shared their experiences.

The Campus Ministry Office hosts the annual Long Term Service Fair in addition to various workshops throughout the year. The Fair has had over 50 service (domestic and international) organizations represented! Students who are interested in learning more about long-term service are encouraged to attend these events or are welcome to visit the Campus Ministry Office to explore their options.

Graduating? Considering Service?

Faith Based Service

Catholic Volunteer Network

The Catholic Volunteer Network is a search engine that will help you find Catholic Volunteer organizaitons that meet your needs.

 
 

 

 

Long Term Service Resources

Other Service

Upcoming Events

 

 

Interested in hosting a Long Term Service Workshop for your group?  Email: cua-serivce@cua.edu

Joanna in Honduras

A Year with Amigos

  • The Apodo Effect
    "He's calling me a nickname!" says Victor, his arm fully extended as he points at Joel his classmate. He's looking at me with an intensely hurt expression that's a warning I understand well: "I'm telling the teacher now, but in about a seco...
  • The Ups and Downs
    Walking back from school today, the cloud of acrid grey smoke followed me. The pit where we burn our trash is all the way on the other side of the school, up a hill, set behind the buildings, but today the wind was not on my side and the cl...
  • Trying to Take a Picture with Jose - A Photo Essay
    On a lighter note, this also happened on family day... Spotted.Success!
  • Family Visit Day
    Hi friends and family! Needless to say my resolution to post more often has fallen through. But better late than never!A few weekends ago was family visit day. Like so many aspects of life at the hogar it was a day of both happiness and hea...