Listed below are the Fall 2017 service placements associated with each Freshman Service-Learning Course. Freshman Service-Learning students, by the end of July, should review Making a Good Match and identify three preferred placements before continuing on to complete the placement questionnaire.

Making a Good Match - Freshmen

  • Read each placement description listed for your class located on the FaithJustice Web Site.
  • Try to determine which site best fits your interests and your personal work style. Some questions to ask yourself, that might be helpful:
    • What kind of service does the organization provide?
    • What population does the agency serve?
    • Are volunteers expected to take initiative at the organization, or are there specific tasks that must be performed by the volunteers?
    • Are there specific qualifications required by the organization that I may or may not meet?
    • Am I willing to venture outside of my comfort zone to volunteer at an agency that will support my decision to grow?
  • Each placement description offers a volunteer profile. This profile will be helpful to you in your decision making process.
  • In addition to the information provided on the placement description, I encourage you to do your own research and go to the agency website. We do not include agency websites on our placement descriptions for internal, administrative reasons. However, you should be able to access most agencies using one or more search engines.
  • For questions about your the service placements offered to your course, please visit PLC 131 during office hours to meet with the Placement Liaison associated with that Community Partner Placement Liaison CPO Assignment
Course Service Placement
ECN 101-SLR, Introductory Economics/ECN 150-SLR, Profits and Prophets Esperanza Health Center

HIAS-After School

Project HOME- Women of Change

IHM Center for Literacy

Lewis C. Cassidy School

Mercy Neighborhood Ministries

St. Francis Inn

EDU 150-SLR, Schools in Society/EDU 151-SLR, Development, Cognition and Learning Cook-Wissahickon School

Shawmont School

Visitation School

ENG 101-SL1, Craft of Language/ENG 102-SL1, Texts in Context Bethesda Project- Sanctuary

Covenant House

Hopeworks

Our Mother of Sorrows

People's Emergency Center 

St. Johns Hospice

ENG 101-SL2, Craft of Language/ENG 102-SL2, Texts in Context Covenant House

Gesu School

Mercy Neighborhood Ministries

St. Johns Hospice

Visitation School

ENG 101-SL3, Craft of Language/ENG 102-SL3, Texts in Context Centro Nueva Creación

Hopeworks

IHM Center for Literacy

Puentes de Salud- Bridges to the Arts

St. Rose of Lima

PHL 150-SL1, Sweet Revenge and Its Alternatives/PHL 154-SL1, Moral Philosophy Hopeworks

LUCY Littles

Mercy Vocational

Project HOME_ Honickman Learning Center

St. Gabriel’s System

YouthBuild Philly

Youth Courts

 
POL 150-SL1, Diversity and Inequality in the US/THE 154-SL1, Faith, Justice and the Catholic Tradition Face to Face

Faith, Food, Friends- Old Saint Joseph's Church

Philabundance Fresh for All

St. Francis Inn

St. Johns Hospice

Sunday Suppers

SOC 150-SL1, Social Problems & Social Change/SOC 202-SL1, Advanced Social Problems Centro Nueva Creacion

My Brothers House

Our Mother of Sorrows/St. Ignatius School

St. Francis Inn

St. Martin de Porres