Alumni Service Corps
The Alumni Service Corps is a ten-month program (August to June) for young Georgetown Prep graduates who are dedicated to service and community life. Participants work on campus and live in the residential dorms. In addition to housing, Georgetown Prep provides meals, medical insurance, and a modest salary.
ASC members work in a variety of roles at Prep, in the classroom, in Campus Ministry, in Residential life, in athletics, in extracurriculars, etc. Work assignment depending on an individual’s degree work and experience and Prep’s needs. Their work is complemented by a community and spiritual life program called Magis.
"My four years at Prep were truly some of the best of my life. The ASC has allowed me to come back and relive all of those joys from a totally different perspective. I have had the opportunity to develop personal relationships with both the students and teachers, many of whom I had when I was a student. My experience living at Prep has surpassed any expectations I had about it going into the year and I am forever grateful for the awesome Res Life team! This year in the ASC has allowed me to explore my interests further and has given me a better understanding of what I want to do when my time here is done!" - Quinn '14Apply
Meet the Team
Vincent Rubertone '13
Vince Rubertone recently graduated from Boston College with a degree in History and Philosophy. As a member of the Alumni Service Corps, he will work in the Campus Ministry Department.
Why are you eager to serve in the Alumni Service Corps?
I'm eager to serve others, but fresh out of college I'm not yet sure how to do that best. With the ASC, Prep offers guidance as I reflect on that idea and helps me gain experience with service – all while in a community that knows me. I knew I wanted to join ASC from the moment I learned about it.
What are you most excited for about working at Prep?
I'm most excited to talk with students while on retreats and service trips. The questions posed to them are likely ones I have, too. Their answers will certainly teach me a lot.
How did your retreat and service experience at Prep and beyond influence your decision to join the ASC?
Prep's retreats and service trips challenged me to pay attention to how I live and encounter other people. These ideas stuck with me after Prep. They informed what majors I chose in college and what jobs I'm considering for the future. The path I'm on really began at Prep.What are your interests outside of teaching?
Quinn Magner '14
Quinn Magner currently studies Psychology at the University of Maryland and will work in Academic Support during his time in the Alumni Service Corps.