Meet Milwaukee is a great way to incorporate education, advocacy and community awareness into the service work you do. Tie your passion for service with this community engagement experience by joining in a discussion about the strengths our community has in facing barriers to development and improvement.
This series of events will highlight representatives from various community organizations and agencies; provide attendees with increased knowledge about the resources available in our neighborhoods; and open discussion about ways we can continue this growth and development. From panel presentations to forum discussions, this series is a great way to become more informed about our Milwaukee community and it's one you won't want to miss!
Meet Milwaukee: Project Return
Tuesday, October 29, 5:30 PM
The first in a series of events this year, Meet Milwaukee: Project Return will feature Andre Brown and Brian Osei of Project Return and Marquette student Chelsea Greco will share with the audience a dynamic presentation about their community work, the reentry process, violence prevention and their contribution to the life skills development of their clients. Join the discussion on the challenges faced by formerly incarcerated individuals making their return to society and the resources available assisting them in this process. Don't miss this chance to "meet Milwaukee" through the perspective of these dynamic individuals!
So, join us for this opening Meet Milwaukee event October 29, 5:30 PM, AMU 252 and stay tuned for more information about upcoming events in this series.
Marquette undergraduates spend an estimated 455,000 hours in service to the community each year.
Marquette University Student Government