12th Graders Give Back Through Senior Service Project

The 37th annual Loyola Senior Project, the only community service program of its kind in Southern California, came to a close on January 25, 2018. During the three-week period, Loyola’s seniors focused on giving back to the community as volunteers at inner-city hospitals, under-resourced schools, soup kitchens, centers for battered women and shelters. College applications and studies were put aside as they worked six- to seven-hour days. Eighty-five partnering service sites welcomed and guided Loyola’s 12th graders in making a positive difference. To date nearly 11,000 seniors have completed the project. Many of these young men feel that it is the highlight of their four years at Loyola. It’s all about being “Men for and with Others.”