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Vincentian Community Service Fellowship

Established in 2000, the Vincentian Community Service Fellowship (VCSF) is designed to provide graduate-level education for practitioners in non-profit service careers affiliated with Catholic Charities in the Archdiocese of Chicago, and Vincentian organizations. VCSF scholarships are awarded to individuals whose leadership capacities continue to embrace the Vincentian charism within their educational and professional interests. VCSF scholars also participate in a program designed to explore the Vincentian dimensions of their academic studies, careers and service to the wider community. VCSF scholarships cannot be used for doctoral-level degrees or degrees in the School of Law.

Current Scholars:

  • Enrique Alonso
    M.S. in Public Service Management, School of Public Service
  • Tracey Balckburn
    M.S.W. in Social Work, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
  • Georgia Brown
    B.A. in Hospitality Leadership, Driehaus College of Business
  • Kelly Grimes
    M.N.M. in Non-Profit Management, School of Public Service
  • Christine Henderson
    M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, College of Education
  • Jose Hernandez
    M.S. in Information Systems: Database Systems, College of Computing and Digital Media
  • Noreen Russo
    M.N.M. in Non-Profit Management, School of Public Service
  • Nora Shuman-Moore
    M.S. in Public Service Management: Higher Education Administration, School of Public Service
  • José Torres
    M.S. in Public Service Management: Higher Education Administration, School of Public Service
  • Latoya Winters
    M.S.W. in Social Work, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences