Participants will hear from Literacy Network staff about the mission and learn how to engage with service in purposeful and beneficial ways, as well as enjoy a delicious lunch from El Pastor, a local restaurant on the south side of Madison.
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.
The Wisconsin Idea Fellowship is a funding opportunity for semester or yearlong projects designed by an undergraduate or a group of undergraduates in collaboration with a community organization and a UW–Madison faculty or staff member.
As the Event Planning and Administrative Specialist Emily Wills works to put together Morgridge Center Events, especially pertaining to the Board of Advisors or partnerships with outside organizations.
Why should you attend the public service fair? The Public Service Fair is your chance to explore opportunities to get involved with local, state, and national nonprofits, all in one place.
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.
During her time as a high school Spanish teacher, Jennifer Seelig wondered how the community’s relationship with the school affects learning and instruction.
The Morgridge Center for Public Service is pleased to welcome Cory Sprinkel in a newly created role as Community Engagement Preparation Specialist.