Dominican Volunteers serve as Campus Ministers and Parish Ministers in a variety of roles all across the USA. Job descriptions vary depending on location and volunteer interests and skills. Dominican Volunteers serve children and adults who are marginalized and economically poor or vulnerable. Dominican Volunteers can be high school or college campus ministers, religion teachers, choir directors, music ministers, religious education coordinators, parish assistants and more. Volunteers may choose to work with either children, teenagers, young adults, or adults. Ministry positions are available in San Francisco and New Orleans. Being a Dominican Volunteer is a life-changing experience that is challenging and deeply rewarding; DVs make significant and lasting impacts where they serve.
All living expenses covered (room & board, food, transportation, health insurance, etc.) and monthly stipend provided. Dominican Volunteers live in diverse, intergenerational, intentional communities with peers and Dominican Sisters and live out the four pillars of Ministry, Community, Prayer & Study.
Requirements to Be a Dominican Volunteer:
Must be 21 years of age and have completed 2 years of college. Dedication, flexibility, openness to diversity in all forms, spiritual curiosity and deep compassion. *Students with DACA are very welcome! Please call with any questions.
All interested applicants should apply online at:
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com 312-226-0919 for more information.