Committing to a year of service is a big deal – and it makes a big difference! Check out what Service Nation has to say about that. And, check out LVC Volunteer Amanda Kisrch’s reflections on her two years of LVC in Washington, DC.
Now for the update!
- Engage in Food Justice work in Milwaukee, WI with Just One More Ministry OR in Wilmington, DE at Lutheran Community Services!
- Put your business and operations skills to work at Chicago Community Loan Fund!
- Support the mission of Habitat for Humanity in Minneapolis!
How to Apply:
We have an abbreviated application process at this time. Head here for the Round 3 application; you will have to upload a resume as part of the application. You will also need 2 references; the reference form is on the application page. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
And as an additional reminder, you do not need to be a U.S. citizen to participate in LVC; we continue to welcome applications from international students, DACA recipients and others on various visa statuses within the U.S.
Lutheran Volunteer Corps is a faith-based, full-time service and leadership program operating in 13 cities across the United States. Our mission is to unite people to work for peace with justice. We do this by placing Volunteers in full-time positions at social justice organizations for one year. All our volunteers live together in intentional community and practice simple and sustainable living. LVC offers all Volunteers housing, health insurance, two weeks’ vacation, a modest living stipend and additional training throughout the year.