The University of San Francisco, despite its Jesuit foundation, lists Planned Parenthood Director as a future job possibility for students under Careers in Public Health.
The University of San Francisco is scandalously suggesting to students that being a director at a Planned Parenthood clinic is a future job possibility.
The Jesuit institution’s School of Nursing and Health Professions website lists under the banner Careers in Public Health, “Director for Planned Parenthood.” The site promotes USF’s Master's in Public Health Nursing degree with suggestions of future job possibilities.
Planned Parenthood’s latest annual report says that its clinics performed 333,964 abortions in 2011, according to CNS News.
Additionally, postings for problematic internships have appeared on the University’s website. Last year, the University posted a listing for an internship for The Alliance for Girls, a coalition that includes Planned Parenthood as well as other organizations.
Sources also sent screenshots of the USF website to The Cardinal Newman Society, which show the University listing Planned Parenthood under their “Fieldwork Placements” for summer 2013. But currently, those listings have been removed.