CSJ Celebration

The annual CSJ Celebration takes place the last Sunday evening of the Spring semester. This event spotlights the past year's work by students, community members, faculty, staff and campus partners, while also looking forward to the continued commitment to service and engagement in our communities. Numerous awards are presented to individuals, groups, and partners based on peer and CSJ staff nomination. Questions can be directed to CSJ's Brendan Burke

Save Sunday, April 30 at 7:00pm for the 2017 CSJ Celebration in Copley Formal! 

Nominate a student or organization for an award to be presented at the CSJ Celebration.

Commitment to Advocacy: Indirect Service Student Led Organization Award
Leadership Beyond the Gates: Direct Service Student Led Organization Award
Ferdinand Poulton Award

2016

Bridge Builder Award: Outstanding Community Partner
Ms. Natalie Gillard, Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services 

Bridge Builder Award: Outstanding Campus Partner
The Garage Team

James Slevin Award for Engaged Scholarship
Dr. Diana Guelespe and the Limited Purpose Driver's License Research Project Team

The Suzanne Tarlov Spirit Award
Danny Aherne ('16), Iris Pepa ('16), Kyra Hanlon ('16)
Suzanne Tarlov served as the Associate Director of CSJ for ten years, facilitating the deep engagement of thousands of Georgetown students, staff, and faculty in the greater DC community. She was dedicated and hard-working, often doing much of the logistical and behind-the-scenes work to make programs successful. This spotlight recognizes a student who selflessly works behind-the-scenes and shows a strong commitment to social justice, social change, the Center for Social Justice, and the greater DC community.

Commitment to Advocacy: Indirect Service Student Led Organization Award
UndocuHoyas
This award recognizes the outstanding work of a student-led organization that has shown significant commitment to and advocacy for a cause that "advances justice and the common good." 

Leadership Beyond the Gates: Direct Service Student Led Organization Award
GirlTalk
This award recognizes the outstanding work of a student-led organization that has made significant direct service contributions in the Washington D.C. community to “advance justice and the common good." 

Ferdinand Poulton, S.J. Award
Joy Robertson ('16)
Ferdinand Poulton, S.J. was a 17th Century Jesuit missionary for the Maryland Province. Father Poulton was committed to Catholic Education , and is considered a forefather of Georgetown because he was the first to seek Papal approval for the University's patronage. The Ferdinand Poulton Award recognizes a student who exemplifies "advancing social justice and the common good."

Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow Award
Luis Sorto ('18)

Special Recognition Award
CSJ's Graduate Assistants for 2015-2016

2015

Bridge Builder Award: Outstanding Community Partner
Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)

Bridge Builder Award: Outstanding Campus Partner         
The Office of Student Employment

Community-Based Learning and Research Award
The College Dean's Office

Commitment to Advocacy: Indirect Service Student Organization Award
Black Leadership Forum
Georgetown Scholarship Program (GSP) Student Board

This award recognizes the outstanding work of a student-led organization that has shown significant commitment to and advocacy for a cause that "advances justice and the common good." 

Leadership Beyond the Gates: Direct Service Student Led Organization Award
Kalmanovitz Initiative Day Labor Exchange Program
This award recognizes the outstanding work of a student-led organization that has made significant direct service contributions in the Washington D.C. community to “advance justice and the common good." 

Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow Award 
Chris Wager 

Ferdinand Poulton, S.J. Award
Dan Silkman ('15)
Ferdinand Poulton, S.J. was a 17th Century Jesuit missionary for the Maryland Province. Father Poulton was committed to Catholic Education , and is considered a forefather of Georgetown because he was the first to seek Papal approval for the University's patronage. The Ferdinand Poulton Award recognizes a student who exemplifies "advancing social justice and the common good."

Suzanne Tarlov Spirit Award
Haley Shoaf ('15), Sam Silbert ('15), John Flynn ('15)
Suzanne Tarlov served as the Associate Director of CSJ for ten years, facilitating the deep engagement of thousands of Georgetown students, staff, and faculty in the greater DC community. She was dedicated and hard-working, often doing much of the logistical and behind-the-scenes work to make programs successful. This spotlight recognizes a student who selflessly works behind-the-scenes and shows a strong commitment to social justice, social change, the Center for Social Justice, and the greater DC community.

Special Recognition for Service to CSJ
Jujuan Moore, Cristo Rey Corporate Work-Study Student 

2014

Bridge Builder Award: Outstanding Community Partner
Nalle Elementary School

Bridge Building Award: Outstanding Campus Partner
Georgetown University Office of Purchasing and Contracts

Commitment to Advocacy: Indirect Service Student Organization Award
Students Stopping the Trafficking of People (SSTOP)
This award recognizes the outstanding work of a student-led organization that has shown significant commitment to and advocacy for a cause that "advances justice and the common good." 

Leadership Beyond the Gates: Direct Service Student Led Organization Award
Georgetown University Math and Science Hands-On Enrichment (GUMSHOE)
This award recognizes the outstanding work of a student-led organization that has made significant direct service contributions in the Washington D.C. community to “advance justice and the common good." 

Ferdinand Poulton, S.J. Award
Mellie Corrigan (COL'14)

Ferdinand Poulton, S.J. was a 17th Century Jesuit missionary for the Maryland Province. Father Poulton was committed to Catholic Education, and is considered a forefather of Georgetown because he was the first to seek Papal approval for the University's patronage. The Ferdinand Poulton Award recognizes a student who exemplifies "advancing social justice and the common good."

Suzanne Tarlov Spirit Award
Maggie Ferrato (COL'14), Kate Anthony (SFS'14)
Suzanne Tarlov served as the Associate Director of CSJ for ten years, facilitating the deep engagement of thousands of Georgetown students, staff, and faculty in the greater DC community. She was dedicated and hard-working, often doing much of the logistical and behind-the-scenes work to make programs successful. This spotlight recognizes a student who selflessly works behind-the-scenes and shows a strong commitment to social justice, social change, the Center for Social Justice, and the greater DC community.