Ignatian Staff Fellows Program
Seeking to make the university's mission a reality by fostering a staff that brings the values of Ignatius to life every day.
The Ignatian Staff Fellows Program offers staff the opportunity to participate in a year-long workshop on Jesuit education and Ignatian values. Participants in the program will conclude their experience with a deeper understanding of the history and educational mission of the Society of Jesus and of the intellectual, spiritual, and social dimensions of Ignatian spirituality. This experience will consist of reading, written reflections, group discussions, workshops, retreats, and an immersion trip.
At the conclusion of the program, each Fellow will serve as a mentor for one of the next cohort of selected Fellows.
The 2013 Ignatian Staff Fellows consists of: Pamela Galindo (Law School); Amy Boyle (Residential Life); Francie Davenport (Marketing); Mark Carter (Admissions);Susan Weishar (JSRI); James Pfeiffer (University Police); Alison Cofrancesco (Counselor); Diana Dooley (Academic Affairs).
The program will be open to eight Fellows annually. Any staff is eligible to apply.
The application includes the following
- A statement of interest
- A resume
- A letter of support from the applicant's supervisor
Applications for the 2014 Ignatian Staff Fellows will be accepted during the spring semester prior to the year during which the fellowship is held, with applications due by March 2014.
Fellows will be announced by the end of the spring semester.
The first meeting for the 2014 Ignatian Staff Fellows will take place in April 2014.
For more information, please contact Ricardo Marquez at email@example.com or (504) 865-2877.