Service

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.

Contact Us

Email: mucommunity@marquette.edu

Mailing:
Alumni Memorial Union, 121
PO Box 1881
Milwaukee WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-7205
Fax: (414) 288-3111


Visit Us:
Center for Leadership, Service and Involvement
Alumni Memorial Union, 137

Social Media:
Facebook: Community Service and Hunger Clean-Up
Twitter: @mucommunity and @muhcu
Marquette Involvement Link
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Meet the Staff


Knox

Kelly Walker
Coordinator for Student Community Service Programs
kelly.walker@marquette.edu
(414) 288-7205

Hometown: Rochester, NY

Interesting fact: I love folding fitted sheets.

Why I serve: My answer has changed a lot in the past few years. Today, I serve because I believe in justice and equality, and a world where human dignity is protected. Service gives us an opportunity to confront injustice together, in solidarity with others. I love the connection that service builds among people- that we’re all together as part of this world in which our essential purpose is to be good to each another.

Talk to me about: Getting involved, reflection, AmeriCorps, service careers, planning a service event, service trips, social justice issues, why you serve- anything!

 

Patrick

Patrick Schweiger
Graduate Assistant for Community Service Programs

M.Ed in Educational Policy and Leadership

Hometown
: Wichita, KS

Interesting fact
:  I have worked at a Jesuit high school as well as attended another Jesuit university in undergrad.

Why I serve
: I see service as developing a relationship with others and often times I receive more in service than I give. Service is a foundation to my faith and living a life of service in solidarity with others is when I feel I am living to be my truest self. 


Talk to me about
: Getting involved with service, international volunteering, careers at a nonprofit, social justice and anything else!

 

 

Jessica Ayala
Program Assistant for the Center for Community Service

 

 

Jeydelyn Martinez
Program Assistant for the Center for Community Service

 

Erin

Erin Thomas
Program Assistant for the Center for Community Service

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. 

 

Brittany

Brittany White
Program Assistant for the Center for Community Service

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.


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