Center for Faith and Justice Fellowships are for people who wish to explore the intersection between faith and justice. These fellowships are given to those who will spend a year or two serving those in need and building and living in community. If you are seeking a career in ministry or hope to work for a direct service and/or advocacy organization, then these fellowships are a great opportunity for you. Volunteers work in a variety of capacities, including direct service, justice advocacy, pastoral ministry, and nonprofit administration. More importantly, they focus on the valuable skills of forming vocational discernment, the need for professional mentoring, and a sense of ongoing spiritual and intellectual formation. Note: For those 21 and over only.