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Welcome to FJV Connect!

FJV Connect is a new and improved online directory for Former Jesuit Volunteers! This directory aims to assist former volunteers across the globe to reconnect with former housemates and friends as well as meet other former volunteers that live in your area! We are always looking to improve this directory- if you have ways to make this site better- contact Alumni Coordinator, Sarah Jones, at sjones@jvcnorthwest.org or 503.335.8202. 


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Welcome Former Jesuit Volunteers!

This is Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest's private, online community.   It is a secure, password-protected environment established by Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest for Former Jesuit Volunteers (FJVs) to connect and build community.

Once you register, an email will be sent to confirm your membership and validate your email address.  Be sure to click on the link in this email so your account can be activated.

Become a member of FJV Connect to access these features:

Search for friends and make new connections with the online community!  All you need to do to take advantage of all the community has to offer is to proceed through the registration process to establish an account.

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