st. joseph worker program

Empowering women to respond to the needs of the time.

About

The St. Joseph Worker Program is a year-long service program that prepares women for life-long commitments to social change and personal transformation built on the values of leadership, spirituality, social justice, and intentional community grounded in living simply and sustainably. 

The St. Joseph Worker Program teaches women how to advocate for social justice in their neighborhoods and matches participants with volunteer internships at non-profit organizations focused on health disparities, food insecurity, and housing resources. It prepares individuals for lives of service, leadership, and advocacy. 

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From July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021:

9,828

hours of volunteer service at local non-profits in the Twin Cities

25+

partnerships with local non-profits

164

women that have completed the program since inception

~85%

alums work in non-profit, spirituality, or advocacy work

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St. Joseph Worker Program

1884 Randolph Ave

Saint Paul, MN 55105

651 - 690 - 7049