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Our Fourth Annual
California Dreamin' Event
benefitting the St Joseph Worker Program 

Click HERE to watch a slideshow from the event.


The St Joseph Workers had the opportunity to attend the Women's March on Washington D.C.  What an awesome experience to have during a year of service!


Ashley, one of our 6 Fabulous St Joseph Workers this year, was interviewed for an article in Our Lady of Peace Magazine.  See the link below to read all about it!

Check out the Premier of our new video.  See what the St Joseph Worker Program is all about. Click on our Logo below:


Sr Judy and a group of St Joseph Workers at the border between Arizona and Mexico for a demonstration against the Wall.  Click this link to see a slideshow of their trip!




The St. Joseph Worker Program is a one year volunteer experience for women ages 21-30 who are passionate about social change. St. Joseph Workers (SJWs) commit to a year of service to develop core values of justice, leadership, spirituality, and living simply in an intentional community. 

For more information contact:
Sr. Judy Molosky, CSJ, Director | 323.481.9932 | sjw@csjla.org

Download our Brochure Here

See a short video regarding the SJW Program

Interested in Joining the St. Joseph Worker Program?

Mission statement

The St. Joseph Worker Program empowers women to respond to the needs of the times in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Vision Statement

The St. Joseph Worker Program creates a year-long opportunity for women to serve in under-represented areas of need in preparation for a life- long commitment to social change. Individual growth and development is built on the values of leadership, spirituality, social justice and intentional community rooted in living simply and sustainably. Fostered within the community of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Joseph Workers live “love of God and the dear neighbor without distinction”.


St. Joseph Worker Program
www.stjosephworkerwest.org - (310) 889-2151 - sjw@csjla.org

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