Interfaith Community Service Coordinator

The Interfaith Community Service Coordinator is responsible for assisting student religious life groups and other campus members in exploring ways to engage in community service -- and, as appropriate, to reflect on the role of service to others within different faith traditions. This peer minister serves as a student liaison between the SSSJ office and the CIAC, as well as a leader for the student spiritual community in social action. This Coordinator also assists the Chaplain and Social Justice Coordinator in supporting general social justice activities on campus. Specific responsibilities include taking primary student leadership for the AIDS Walk, the Hunger Walk, and Hunger/Homelessness Week; help plan and coordinate the institution's alternative break program and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, and co-leading the weekly student group Justice and Service in Tacoma (JuST); and working to encourage each religious life group to engage in community service.

Interfaith Community Service Coordinator

Isaac Olson '12 is the current Interfaith Community Service Coordinator.  For more information about the position or the work Isaac does, email him at iolson@pugetsound.edu.