Thursday, September 22, 2011
The Morgridge Center is UW-Madison’s center for public service – connecting students, faculty and academic staff with nonprofits and the community through volunteerism, service-learning and community-based research. Check myBiz each week for new ways to get involved.
Morgridge Center Peer Advising
The Morgridge Center offers peer-advising to assist with any questions or concerns about volunteer opportunities.
If you would like to learn about the various opportunities available through the Morgridge Center or guidance about which opportunity is right for you, then schedule an appointment with our peer advisors. Students must fill out the online request form available on our Website.
Stop in the Morgridge Center during drop-in advising hours to meet with peer advisors. The advising staff can assist in finding the right non-profit agency and local, national or international volunteer opportunity to meet your needs.
If you need further assistance about how to find a volunteer opportunity, email us at email@example.com.
Reminder: 2011 Fall Volunteer Fair
Stop by the 2011 Fall Volunteer Fair on Thursday, September 29, 2010, from 11a.m. – 2p.m. in the Great Hall at Memorial Union. Meet with over 60 local non-profit organizations to learn about their mission, programs and current volunteer opportunities. Talk with representatives to find a volunteer or service-learning opportunity that matches your major, interests or career goals. This event is free and open to all, so join us on September 29th and learn how your involvement can make a difference on campus and in the Madison community.
For more information on the Fall Volunteer Fair visit our Website.