Solidarity. Where will it take you this summer?
In the Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP), students serve for eight weeks over the summer with non-profit organizations related to healthcare, poverty, immigration, education, and other social issues. SSLP students receive up to $3,000 and three credits toward a variety of minors and majors. Students develop experience in their field while standing side by side with all people, working for "a world where justice and love prevail." (Constitution of the Congregation of the Holy Cross). The application for summer 2022 opens November 1, 2021.
Join an information session
Interested in learning more about SSLP 2022? Join an information session to hear from previous participants about their experiences, discuss site options, and get your questions answered. Information sessions will be held in person at the McNeill LIbrary in Geddes Hall and virtually via Zoom.