Flynn said he started volunteering with the Worker community immediately after moving to Washington to take up a post as program coordinator for the international office of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
What does JV stand for?
JV stands for Jesuit Volunteer
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We have 16 other meanings of JV in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Unconventional Warfare Assessment Team
- Joint Unconventional Warfare Command
- Joint UNESCO ( WMO (World Meteorological Organization) Flood Initiative
- Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force
- Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force, Atlantic
- Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force, Pacific
- Jolley, Urga, Wirth, Woodbury & Standish (Attorneys at Law; Nevada)
- Joint UXO Coordination Office
- Jason Voorhees (movie villain)
- Jawahar Vidyalaya
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hale entered the Jesuit Volunteer International program and spent two years as a volunteer in the Marshall Islands.
Fresh off the train for a year of service with Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest in Tacoma, Washington, this was the first of many invitations extended by my new next door neighbors, the Catholic Workers at Guadalupe House.
Lewis (author of the acclaimed Narnia series), and Thich Nhat Hanh (founder of "socially engaged" Buddhism), as well as more general entries discussion childhood spiritual experiences, the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, the Stage-Structural Approach to Religious Development, and a diverse array of other issues centering around such themes as religious and spiritual concepts and practices, organizations, connections between nature and spirituality, and much more.
After graduating from SCU, Brian Mack worked for two years in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Seattle, Wash.
[Genesis Ibarra is serving with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Washington, D.
She was previously a paralegal at the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project in Philadelphia through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
Ryan Jackson and a Jesuit Volunteer managed the printing and mailing of hundreds of thousands of cards each year, but the process became too time consuming.