The Center for Community Service at Marquette University supports students in incorporating an ethic of service into their lives.
Service is an important part of our identity at Marquette and the Center for Community Service upholds that identity by providing opportunities for students to participate in meaningful and impactful service. We strive to be members and good citizens of the Milwaukee community by engaging with our neighbors and gaining a greater understanding of local and global issues.
The Center for Community Service is housed in the Office of Student Development.
Alumni Memorial Union, 329
PO Box 1881
Milwaukee WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-1412
Fax: (414) 288-3149
Center for Leadership, Service and Involvement
Alumni Memorial Union, 329
Hometown: Rochester, NY
M.Ed in Educational Policy and Leadership
Sophomore, Speech Pathology and Anthropology
Hometown: Des Plaines, IL
Interesting fact: I speak fluent Polish, and I have a phobia of being chased
Why I serve: Serving others helps me find peace and fullfillment. I overall feel happier when I can influence the lives of others, and make them smile.
Talk to me about: How to get involved in leadership, start an organization or action plan, volunteer with the disabled (my favorite type of volunteering!), thoughts or ideas on how to expand diversity, and community on Marquette's campus.
Sophomore, Social Welfare & Justice and Sociology
Senior, Spanish for the Health Professions/Physical Therapy
Hometown: Bartlett, IL
Interesting fact: I turn on the Food Network every night before I go to sleep. "Chopped" is my favorite show :)
Why I serve: Because I love meeting new people and forming new relationships. I serve with a goal of improving the quality of other people's lives.
Talk to me about: Ways to get involved on campus and about ways to volunteer in the medical field!
Sophomore, Entrepreneurship and Social Welfare and Justice
Hometown: Menomonee Falls, WI
Interesting fact: My biggest pet peeve is when people leave the shower curtain open.
Why I serve: I serve because I have a passion for learning. Viewing service as a learning experience has opened my eyes to so much and changed my worldview. Additionally, my service is motivated by my belief in equality for all people. When people from diverse backgrounds with diverse ideas, beliefs and skills come together, there is so much to learn and so much to be created and greater social change can be achieved.
Talk to me about: Community development, music, social justice, travel, and gourmet cheeses.
Junior, Social Welfare and Justice and Writing-Intensive English
Hometown: Westminster, Colorado
Interesting fact: I have moved ten times, I am the second oldest of seven children, and I am obsessed with peanut butter.
Why I serve: I am a people person; when I serve, I am the truest and best version of myself because I am working with others to learn, to grow, and to change. I serve to find hope and to be enlightened.
Talk to me about: Repairers of the Breach, the connection between writing and achieving social change, and getting involved in the Marquette and Milwaukee community.
Marquette undergraduates spend an estimated 455,000 hours in service to the community each year.
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