10 Jesuit students participated in a virtual border immersion experience hosted by Kino Border Initiative.
Arrupe Center for Justice
LIVING A FAITH THAT DOES JUSTICE
Through service-learning, reflection, and advocacy experiences, students cultivate solidarity with the poor and marginalized and actively care for God’s creation.
JHS peer guides shared the impact the Anne Frank exhibit had on their lives in this webinar hosted by the Dutch Consulate.
Ellen was selected as one of three student leaders from across the country to discuss environmental advocacy from a youth perspective.
After Governor Brown's shelter-in-place order was announced, Jesuit families sprang into action to help neighbors in need.
The pop-up exhibition travels around the world to share the story of Anne's life and generate more awareness for students, parents, and educators about the Holocaust and human rights.
During the season of Lent, Jesuit students are fasting from food waste.
Freshmen World History classes participated in Jesuit's fourth annual "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" simulation.