Ever since high school, UW–Madison junior Shuka Konishi loved volunteering. When Konishi came to Madison her first semester, she found a home to continue volunteering with the Morgridge Center for Public Service’s Badger Volunteers program.
Badger Volunteers will look a little different this year due to COVID-19, it is not too late to get involved! Though the amount of volunteer opportunities has decreased due to COVID-19, there are still over 40 volunteer spots for students to choose from.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service will continue to be open virtually fall semester. Our programs and support are pivoting in ways that support community-identified priorities, faculty and the learning needs of students.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is delighted to welcome Anya Piotrowski to the team as its new Badger Volunteers Coordinator.
On Friday, Jan. 24 at 7 a.m., registration opens for this semester of Badger Volunteers, the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s largest student-led volunteer program. Badger Volunteers registration is open to all UW-Madison undergraduates and graduates.
Three University of Wisconsin–Madison students reached the final stage of competition this year for Rhodes Scholarships, the oldest and most celebrated college awards for international study.
Two students, Tina Marshalek and Rob Kiser, both transferred to UW-Madison from Madison College after discovering their desire to further their education past an associate’s degree.
If you spend time walking around the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, chances are you will spot someone wearing a colored Badger Volunteers t-shirt. So what is Badger Volunteers? Here’s what you need to know:
Through the Badger Volunteers program, students volunteered with the Linda & Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainability, LGBT Books to Prisoners, Madison International Partners and more.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service released its 2018-19 annual report highlighting the center’s activities over the past year.