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

  • Mom's Published!
    Hi all!My mom wrote a beautiful reflection on her time here at Amigos in May. Click the link to see it on the Amigos blog!http://amigosdejesusblog.blogspot.com/2014/07/my-trip-to-amigos.htmlShe's pretty great, huh?
  • The Surreal Countdown and Lots of Good Times
    Let me tell you about my day.I let myself sleep in this morning, skipping Saturday's pancake breakfast. Funny, when I got here it was my favorite breakfast of the week! Real almost-gringo pancakes, and even though there wasn't syrup, my sug...
  • Getting Closer to Goodbye
    My four original students, all demonstrating pretty accuratelytheir individual personalities. All photo credits go to the amazingEmily Pettinger.Once again, far too much time has elapsed between posts. The last time I posted it was just abo...
  • A Spring Shower
    The heat has been oppressive the last few days. It's like a blanket, as my fellow volunteer Emma described it. A big heavy blanket that clings to your skin, weighs down on you head, makes it hard to breath. You start sweating as early as 7 ...