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2012 LMU PLACE Corps Commissioning Mass

The PLACE Corps is Loyola Marymount University’s nationally recognized Catholic teacher service corps. Built upon the three pillars of Professional Development, Community, and Spirituality, PLACE Corps members earn a debt-free master’s degree and credential while serving as full-time teachers in under-resourced Catholic schools of the Los Angeles Archdiocese. During their two-year commitment, program members live with one another in community while exploring and strengthening their own personal spirituality. PLACE Corps is a proud member of the Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN). Pending annual approval, PLACErs will serve as AmeriCorps volunteers through CVN. 

Director: Diana Murphy, M.S.
Associate Director: Edgar Alonso, M.A.
Senior Administrative Assistant: Tom Young

Watch video vignettes about the three pillars of PLACE Corps:


Watch the 22-minute documentary that premiered in 2012:


Watch the PLACE Corps overview video:

 

    

Partners in Los Angeles Catholic Education (PLACE Corps)

 

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