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The strength of St. John’s Jesuit lies, in part, with its 10,000+ alumni around the world. Almost daily, we pay witness to the fantastic work of our alumni within church, community, leadership, and careers. Upon graduating, Titans often stay connected. We are humbled and proud to nurture the legacy here at St. John’s.
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Ron Miller Alumni Scholarship
Sons of Titan alumni receive a $3,000 per year/per son entering grades 6-9.
The Barabino Alumni Fellowship
Named in honor of Mary Ann Barabino, the beloved and longtime Director of the 2020 Scholars program, this Fellowship has been created to provide support to alumni of color of St. John’s Jesuit to further develop their professional skills while enhancing the diversity of the faculty and staff of St. John’s Jesuit.
All alumni of St. John’s Jesuit who are currently enrolled in an accredited institution of higher education are invited to apply for the Fellowship in January prior to beginning their Junior year of studies, regardless of their field of concentration. The successful applicant will emerge through a review by a committee comprised of St. John’s Jesuit staff and members of committees and groups associated with the school. Fellowship recipients will receive $5000 annually for each of four years to complete their undergraduate studies and an advanced studies diploma such as, but not limited to, a Masters degree. In return, the recipient will be asked to commit two years of their post-graduate career to working and ministering at St. John’s Jesuit in a position relevant to their studies. Recipients will be hired and compensated according to any existing salary scale or equivalent compensation if the position is a non-teaching role and will receive all benefits that are offered to full-time St. John’s Jesuit employees.
This Fellowship is open to all groups of color, which, for purposes of this program, are defined as, African-American, Hispanic American, Arab American, Native American, Asian American, and Multiracial.