Ignatian Solidarity Network Welcomes Student Interns

BY ISN STAFFSeptember 27, 2011

The Ignatian Solidarity Network is excited to welcome two student interns for the 2011-2012 academic year – Thomas Coast and Jacqueline Wyman.  Both students are seniors at John Carroll University, a Jesuit university located in University Heights, Ohio, and host university of the ISN office.  Learn more about Thomas and Jacqueline below.

Thomas Coast – John Carroll University ’12
Student Intern
Thomas Coast is a senior, majoring in Economics and Philosophy, at John Carroll University. He is involved in many activities through campus ministry including, CLCs, immersion experiences, retreats, service projects, the men’s discernment group and Alpha Omega (JCU’s Catholic Youth Group). Thomas is also a second-year RA in the dorms on campus, as well as a member of Carroll’s men’s Club volleyball team. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with friends, participating in intramurals and playing the piano.  Thomas is a graduate of Brophy College Prep a Jesuit high school in Phoenix, Arizona.

Jacqueline Wyman – John Carroll University ’12
Student Intern
Jacqueline Wyman is a John Carroll Universitysenior who is studying Sociology and Foreign Affairs. At John Carroll, Jacqueline has been deeply involved with Campus Ministry and the Center for Service and Social Action. Some highlights for her thus far have been hosting Christian Life Communities’ Fair Trade Awareness Social, immersion trips to Mexico, Rwanda, and the Dominican Republic, and co-creating JCU Solidarity with Sudan, an organization seeking to inform students about world issues in an unbiased way. This past summer Jacqueline spent time in Rwanda to intern at international Languages and Management Institute as well as learn about another culture. All of her experiences have instilled a great passion in her to work for social justice in a culturally aware, selfless way. Jacqueline is excited to be able to connect with students, administrators, and parishioners through Ignatian Solidarity Network in order to continue to learn from others as well as be a support system to all the Jesuit communities that have nurtured her the past four years.  You can connect with Jaci on two blogs she writes for at: tulipmonroe.wordpress.com or solidaritywithsudan.wordpress.com

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