From working in Seattle to administer rental assistance to supporting COVID-19 recovery efforts in Philadelphia, Lauren has gotten the on-the-ground experience working communities that she always wanted through AmeriCorps.
In an effort to understand and support civic engagement among underrepresented minority students on campus, Morgridge Center for Public Service staff have launched a research study that aims to enhance civic engagement programming at UW-Madison.
Don’t miss the first episode of GridgeFridge’s second season about careers in public service and community-engaged work with former Badger Volunteers Coordinator and current Deputy Mayor Reuben Sanon.
Join BadgersVote in celebrating National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 28 by registering to vote and ensuring you are set to participate in the upcoming spring election cycle.
Two current students and a recent graduate of an innovative UW–Madison special education teacher preparation program received the unique opportunity to meet and speak with U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona during a campus visit Monday, Sept. 20.
Whether a student knows just the type of volunteer opportunity they are interested in or they have no idea where to start, our student peer advisors are here to help.
On Friday, Sept. 10 at 7 a.m., registration opens for the fall semester of Badger Volunteers, the UW–Madison’s largest student-led volunteer program. Badger Volunteers registration is open to all UW–Madison undergraduates and graduates. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is excited to share the news that Cory Sprinkel is the new community-engaged Scholarship specialist. Since June 2019, Sprinkel has served as the community engagement preparation specialist.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service released its 2020-21 annual report highlighting the center’s activities over the past year. The report details how the Morgridge Center lives out its mission of building a thriving democratic society by connecting campus with community through service, community-based learning and research.
Twelve faculty and campus members at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have been named Morgridge Fellows. The program is led by Morgridge Center academic staff and guest speakers from campus and community perspectives.