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         Looking for a small, intimate volunteer experience?

          AMA could be for you!


The people you'll encounter!

Close-knit community life with the Assumption Sisters and AMAs

Monthly stipend of $400.00

Room and utilities, volunteers usually live in a faith community


Medical insurance if needed (England requires a pay into healthcare)

Help with student loan deferment 

On-going support from our Sisters and monthly check-ins with the Director

Acquire new skills to add to your resume, as well as spiritual & personal growth

In Worcester, access to the gym facilities at Assumption University.

                $2000.00 End of Service Year Award!

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We have good news for you - there are many graduate programs and scholarship opportunities specifically for volunteer alumni. 

Our AMAs leave their year of service with practical work experience, language skill acquisition, cultural immersion, and a new shared sense of mission! Future employers are often impressed with AMAs organizational skills and flexibility in their new workplace. Personally, AMAs have experienced a rich prayer and community life, gaining an increased awareness of issues facing the poor, helping to build strong, sustainable communities, but best all they have gained friends for life!

Why choose service. Visit CVN for more information

Click here for more information on Academic Programs


Staying Connected – is a quarterly newsletter and resource for former volunteers. This resource will help former volunteers find inspiration, direction, and opportunities for networking and story-sharing.


Check out the alumni registration page on the CVN website, where you can sign up for Staying Connected, and CVN's weekly Job Bank, and other resources:

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