Are you interested in social justice?
The Ignatian Solidarity Network’s University Leaders Summit brings together students from Jesuit and other Catholic universities who are passionate about driving change for more socially just local and global communities. The program provides formation in the areas of leadership, social justice, and Ignatian spirituality.
The four-day program’s working format allows students to engage with Summit alums and college grads who have demonstrated significant leadership for social justice during their undergrad years, network and brainstorm with other campus leaders who are working for social justice, and develop a community action plan to translate ideas and skills into programs on their campus that tackle injustice on a local and global level.
The ideal Summit participants have a passion for social justice grounded in their faith, and enter into the summit already thinking about social justice issues or programs that they would like to address or get started on their campus and beyond.
July 28-31, 2015
John Carroll University
Current first-year, sophomore, and junior students may apply.
This form does not guarantee attendance. We will review all candidates and make a final selection in May.
The cost of attendance will be covered if you are chosen.
Please apply here (not on ISN website): https://johncarrolluniversity.wufoo.com/forms/zwe9gol1ij8ej3/
More information is available here: http://ignatiansolidarity.net/programs/university-leaders-summit/
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