Service and Immersion

Participate in an immersion trip to learn how communities are engaged in grassroots struggles for the promotion of peace and justice.

Domestic service and immersion experiences

  • SOA-Watch Border Convergence (Nogales, AZ) - Attend workshops and a vigil at the U.S.-Mexico border to learn about the human dimensions of immigration policy and U.S. policy in Latin America. The border convergence will take place in Nogales, Arizona from November 10-12. Plan to leave on Thursday, November 9. Contact Chris Jeske (christopher.jeske@marquette.edu) if you are interested in attending.
  • Engaging Muslims, Countering Islamophobia (Detroit, MI)
  • CAMPus Impact (Milwaukee's Near West Side) - Participate in a fall break service and immersion experience in Milwaukee’s Near West Side to learn about social issues in Milwaukee and how Marquette students are uniquely situated to learn about and respond to these challenges. The trip will consist of volunteering at a variety of non-profits, including WasteCap, Strong Blocks, and others, as well as nightly reflections and discussions about service and justice in Milwaukee.

International immersion experiences

  • Faith and Non-violence; Religious Peacebuilding in India (Guwahati and Delhi, India) - This two-week study abroad program includes meetings with individuals and organizations working to build sustainable peace at the grassroots level, as well as visits to significant religious, cultural, and historical sites to learn about India's rich history of nonviolent social movements and religious diversity.

Other Marquette-sponsored service and immersion programs and resources

 

 

 

Interfaith Immersion
Student Sidebar // Center for Peacemaking // Marquette University