Transportation Options for Volunteers

Due to COVID-19, the Morgridge Center for Public Service is currently encouraging all students to seek virtual or no-contact volunteer opportunities.

If you are a member of Badger Volunteers or a student in a Community-based Learning Course, please inquire with your advisor regarding volunteer opportunities this semester.

Transportation Options is a service for any UW–Madison student looking to get off campus to volunteer. Explore the four different volunteer programs and decide which one is right for you.

Due to COVID-19, the Morgridge Center for Public Service is currently encouraging all students to seek virtual or no-contact volunteer opportunities.

There are still remote volunteer opportunities available to students!

Please visit COVID-19: Morgridge Center Updates and Resources to learn more.

All Achievement Connections tutoring is currently being conducted online. For any questions, please reach out to the Achievement Connections Campus Coordinator.

Achievement Connections pairs UW-Madison students and other community volunteer tutors with high schoolers to engage students in learning while they continue to develop productive study skills. Tutors work one-on-one with a high school student in the Madison or Middleton-Cross Plains Area school district, where over 200 tutors have been mobilized this year alone.

To learn more about joining Achievement Connections, go here.

Due to COVID-19, Fall and Spring Badger Volunteers will be entirely virtual/remote.

Badger Volunteers is a semester-long program that pairs teams of students with community organizations (schools, nonprofits, municipalities) to volunteer 1-4 hours each week at the same organization. The program is designed to foster meaningful and consistent connections between community partners and students over the course of an entire semester.

Interested in becoming a Badger Volunteer? Go here.

The Morgridge Center for Public Service is currently only providing transportation for courses that meet the UW guidelines for fieldwork AND receive approval from their department’s Dean.

To learn more, read the current UW guidelines for Community-based Learning Courses.

Community-based Learning (CBL) classes incorporate meaningful community engagement with course content so you can get real-world experience as part of a for-credit class.

To learn how to enroll in a CBL course, go here.

Email the transportation intern with any additional questions