Gillian McBride felt disconnected from the campus community and almost left UW her freshman year. But after she accepted a job at the Morgridge Center for Public Service, McBride says she decided to give UW a second chance. Now, she can’t imagine what her life would look like if she had chosen to leave.
Despite the different paths they took after leaving UW, Qureshi and Ellis remain connected to community and each other thanks to the time they spent working as Community-based Learning (CBL) interns at the Morgridge Center for Public Service.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is ecstatic to announce that Dr. Haley Madden will serve as assistant director for community-engaged scholarship.
Interested in exploring volunteer opportunities, internships or careers with local and national nonprofits? Then you won’t want to miss this spring’s virtual Public Service Fair from 3 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 15!
The events of last week clearly sought to undermine the integrity of U.S. elections and the democratic process. We need to hold accountable those who committed violence in the U.S. Capitol.
From its start as a small group of staff and students at the Morgridge Center for Public Service, to its growth in 2020 to over 60 people, faculty chair of the BadgersVote Coalition Kathy Cramer says the coalition’s goal remains true to its founding creeds.
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.
With the final days of the fall semester on the horizon, the Morgridge Center for Public Service says goodbye to beloved professional staff member Beth Tryon.
We wanted to let you know that due to our continued commitment to prioritizing the health and safety of our community members and students, we have made the decision to continue to support virtual and non-contact community engagement starting Spring semester and until further notice.
Achievement Connections is a tutoring program for Madison-area high schools which recruits UW students to work with local high schoolers on developing productive study skills in math subjects. The program has moved online this semester due to COVID-19.