Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati (VVC)

A year of living in community, working professionally and serving in faith

Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati is an 11-month-long, faith-based residential service program that provides young adults ages 21-30 an opportunity to live in faith, grow in friendship and serve in solidarity by giving deeply of themselves to their neighbors in need. VVCs live in intentional community and serve full-time in our Neyer Outreach Center, providing both direct and indirect service to our neighbors in need.


VVC is a unique program, created in-house within the Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati. VVCs live in faith, grow in friendship and serve in solidarity, living and working within the West End neighborhood in Cincinnati.

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Life as a VVC

Live in intentional community with up to nine other Volunteers – sharing meals, exploring the city, serving our neighbors in need, engaging in prayer and reflecting on issues of social justice both locally and globally.

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Position Descriptions

The VVC program strives to follow St. Vincent’s call to be “inventive to infinity,” matching the interests and gifts of each VVC to the needs of the community and the organization.

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How to Apply

It’s easy. It’s online. It’s the first step to a new life.

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FAQs for Parents

We know. We are parents, too. And as parents, we only want the best for our children as they take their first steps in the professional world. Your concerns can be put at ease knowing your child is making that first step in this excellent program.

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