Start off the new year with UW-Madison’s Spring Public Service Fair and explore short- and long-term volunteer opportunities, internships and jobs.
On Jan. 30 from 3 to 6 p.m. in Varsity Hall at Union South, students are encouraged to attend and learn how to connect to community organizations. Students will have the opportunity to meet with over 60 local and national nonprofit organizations, connect interpersonally and explore ways to get involved.
In addition to the fair, from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. a panel of law and policy professionals in fields such as health, environment and immigration will discuss how they made the choice between getting a law or public policy degree.
The International Internship Program will be holding a special concurrent workshop: “Teaching English Abroad Info Session” from 5:15 to 6 p.m.
The Public Service Fair is free for any UW-Madison student to attend. Arrive any time throughout the event and stay as long as you like.
To benefit the most from the Public Service Fair, consider the following before attending:
- Bring your student ID. It will make the short check-in process simpler.
- If you’re coming from classes, don’t stress out about the need to dress up. This is a casual event!
- What are you passionate about and who do you want to serve? Tables are organized by interest an opportunity.
- Find an agency that matches your major or career interests with the list of all participating organizations.
- Take advantage of the chance to meet with passion and eager representatives face-to-face.