Madison Area Technical College Morgridge Center for Public Service Edgewood College


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United Way Volunteer Center: Matches people with volunteer opportunities that fit their interests, skills and time availability. Works with hundreds of Dane County non-profit organizations and has information on hundreds of volunteer opportunities for individuals, families, groups, youth and employee teams. In 2003, the Volunteer Center referred 5,882 individuals or groups to local non-profit agencies for volunteer work. Thirty-eight companies are members of our Business Volunteer Network, which focuses on helping companies develop or enhance employee volunteer programs.


For more information, contact the United Way Volunteer Center at 246-4380, e-mail at or visit their website at



Morgridge Center for Public Service at the University of Wisconsin - Madison: A clearinghouse for volunteer opportunities for members of the UW-Madison campus (faculty, staff, students, and retirees). Has information on over 300 local, regional, national and international service opportunities. Supports faculty in developing and implementing service-learning and community-based research courses, and develops campus and community partnerships.


For more information, contact the Morgridge Center, Room 154 in the Red Gym, at 263-2432 or e-mail at


Madison Area Technical College: Volunteer work at MATC includes the Bloodmobile, tutoring, Santa's Wish List, collecting food and money to fight hunger, and planning community service programs. Each year a Volunteer Fair is held that includes community service organizations from the Madison area to recruit students to their programs. Students can also browse through information and literature about many local service organizations. One-time volunteer opportunities are also available and are posted on bulletin boards around campus and announced in the weekly Student Bulletin. Integrating service-learning in courses is also a focus for the Volunteer Center.


For more information, contact MATC Volunteer Center at 259-2965 or email at


Edgewood College: A vital part of Edgewood's mission is to foster among students an enduring commitment to service in an educational community that seeks truth, compassion, justice, and partnership. Campus Ministry, Student Activities, Career Services, and the Human Issues Studies Program promote and support a myriad of opportunities for students to serve locally, nationally, internationally. One-time or long-term, faith-based or secular service opportunities are available. The Human Issues Studies Program also assists faculty in planning and implementation of service-learning and community-based research.


For more information, contact Steve Bullock, College Minister for Service at 663-3261 or email at





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