title image

Youth and Young Adult Conferences

Youth and Young Adult Conferences

Youth and Young Adult Conferences are groups of people who get together on a regular basis to organize service activities, discuss social justice topics, grow together in friendship, and develop a lifelong commitment to living faith in action. Youth and Young Adult Conferences empower young people of Cincinnati to be part of the mission and work of SVDP.

As a member of a Conference, members have an amazing opportunity to:

  • Meet like-minded students wanting to make a difference in our community
  • Participate in fun and eye-opening service activities
  • Serve your local neighbors in need
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Be a part of an international organization

Young Adult Conferences

The St. Jude Young Adult Conference welcomes people ages 18-40 to join engage in the work of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. The St. Jude YAC is based out of the Neyer Outreach Center. Reach out to us at yya@SVDPcincinnati.org for more information.

High School Conferences

We have five high school Youth Conferences for students at the following schools:

  • McNicholas High School
  • Mount Notre Dame High School
  • Roger Bacon High School
  • Saint Ursula High School
  • De Paul Cristo Rey High School

Mini Vinnies

We have two Mini Vinnies Conferences at Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori and St Vincent Ferrer. Mini Vinnies is a SVDP group comprised of elementary and middle school aged children. Mini Vinnies introduces children to SVDP, social justice issues, and to living their faith in action through the “See, Think, Do!” model of service.

Start Your Own Conference!

If you are interested in starting a new Youth or Young Adult Conference at your elementary school, middle school, high school, youth group, or college, please contact us (yya@SVDPcincinnati.org).