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.
The Badger Volunteers Media Committee released a special edition yearbook to commemorate the program’s history. The publication features Badger Volunteers through the years, program alumni, community partners and more.
This year, we celebrated our fifth annual Be the Change Bash in Memorial Union’s Tripp Commons. Our thanks goes out to all who joined in celebrating the incredible work that has been done throughout the year.
What’s it like being a Badger Volunteer? Check out some photos of our Badger Volunteers at Wheels for Winners, Habitat ReStore, the Holy Wisdom Monastery and more.
In the spring of 1990, one University of Wisconsin-Madison class opened the door to a career that then-student, Dena Duncan, would enjoy for the rest of her life.
By providing tutoring and homework help, Badger Volunteers reinforce concepts that students learn at school, model academic success, and work to bridge the opportunity gap.
On Jan. 25 at 7 a.m., registration opens for this semester of Badger Volunteers, the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s largest student-led volunteer program.