Thank you for your interest in serving as a H.O.P.E. student leader for the 2022-2023 academic year!

H.O.P.E. student leaders serve a year-long term. Leaders commit to:

Meeting one-and-a-half hours per week as a leadership team

Weekly pre-immersion and re-entry meetings with the large group

Work an additional 1.5-3 hours weekly preparing curriculum for all meetings and utilizing resources from the H.O.P.E. team

Participated in at least one immersion prior to serving as a leader, been enrolled in the program during the 2020-2021 academic year, OR have served in at least one leadership role on campus.

The team is responsible for working with the director to oversee the 2022-2023 H.O.P.E. Service Immersion Program, including: advertising and recruiting, pre-immersion preparation, curriculum development, group fundraising activities, small group facilitation, information dissemination, facilitating and leading reflections, and group re-entry.

You should be prepared to commit to:

3-4 hours a week to this program before site groups are chosen

Up to 6 hours per week once site groups are selected (including leader meetings (1.5 hours) and group meetings (1.5 hours)

Engage in a variety of administrative roles to assist the program throughout the year

Be flexible, willing to adapt to changing situations, and react responsibly and maturely in a variety of settings

Potential leaders should be comfortable confronting their peers and dealing with stressful and unexpected situations.

Above is the H.O.P.E. Student Leader application form – an application form with response questions and a request for a reference. All of this information is due to Campus Ministry no later than 5:00pm Friday, May 6th 2022.

Interviews will take place via zoom over the summer should you be selected to move further in the process.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Thank you again for your interest in serving as a H.O.P.E. Student Leader.

Required Pre-Travel Medical Screening

Domestic and International Travel programs can be physically and emotionally demanding, and clinical resources may be limited at some locations. Stonehill College requires this medical review process to help you anticipate your medical needs and enable you and your clinician to formulate a plan of support and care.