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Service & Justice

Service & Justice

SERVICE: As a core value of Chestnut Hill College, service provides a basis of learning and growth. Service to the dear neighbor is the genesis of transformative experiences; all those involved benefit and are changed as a result.  Campus Ministry offers a variety of service opportunities to expand the horizons of participants, while facilitating reflection that can create a commitment to service for life.  Campus Ministry creates intentional relationships with community partners, allowing students to delve deeper into the lives of those they serve while also considering their own role and identity in the world.

JUSTICE: Are you passionate about social justice? Campus Ministry provides students with leadership development opportunities on and off campus where you can integrate advocacy and action into your life. In the fall semester, we participate in the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice -- a leadership summit and advocacy training conference rooted in the tradition of Catholic Social Teaching with a specific focus on compassionate immigration reform and climate justice. 

Undocuweek banner - four people holding hands. Text reads "Undocuweek - October 31 - November 4"

UNDOCUWEEK - October 31 - November 4, 2022

Undocuweek celebrates and highlights the immigrant community and helps educate attendees on their undocumented peers' experiences. 
There is something going on every day! Join us:
Monday, October 31, 2-3pm: Student Panel on Social Justice (East Parlor) - Hear from CHC's five student delegates to the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice Conference in Washington, D.C. this past weekend. Support our students and your peers: Nashelit Ochoa, Sophie Moutis, Cassidie Soto, Xiomara Nieves, and Rachel Yonak. 
Tuesday, November 1, 12:30-1:30pm: Know Your Rights Training and Ally Workshop with New Sanctuary Movement Philly (Redmond Room) - Come learn about community organizing, local campaigns for immigrant rights in our city, and get connected to a fantastic organization!
Wednesday, November 2, 2-3pm: Share Your Story: Unpacking Our Immigrant Roots (Art Studio) - Engage with our speakers to discuss all of our immigrant backgrounds and reevaluate how immigration is portrayed in this country through storytelling, art, and conversation. Support our community members: Dr. Hilton Oyamaguchi, Jordon Randall, Autumn Mozeliak, and Arnaldo Francisco. 
Thursday, November 3, 11:00-1:30 PM: Multicultural Lunch (Fournier Dining Hall) - Grab your colleagues, your club, your friends, and your teammates and head to the dining hall for global food and good conversation. Check the tables for questions about Undocuweek and what resonates with you. 
All week: View our Immigration Gallery (5th floor, SJH) and contribute to our CHC Global Map (outside the Dining Hall). 




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