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414 Fellows: Fellows serve 300 hours over a 10-month Americorps term, spending 10 hours a week serving in early childhood education at Next Door. Participants receive an educational award, earn $10/hour, and attend weekly reflections and trainings. Applications for the 2024-2025 cohort are now open! Apply here!
Marquette Volunteer Corps
Salud Social Internship Program
Interns work at Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers, working one-on-one with patients and primary care providers in a clinical setting. Interns screen patients for Social Determinants of Health and provide resources and referrals to address identified needs. Applications for Salud Social Internship Program are still being accepted. Learn more!
The Neighborhood Kitchen
The Neighborhood Kitchen empowers students to reduce food waste and address food insecurity in the community. Volunteers can choose from a variety of options including food recovery from campus dining, meal prep, and meal delivery shifts. Learn more!
The Burke Scholarship Program, supported by the Burke Foundation, is a four-year program for full-time undergraduate students who have a passion for social justice and a commitment to serve others. To learn more, visit their website.
There are many student-led organizations that focus on service, community, and justice. Visit Marquee and filter by "service" or "social awareness" to browse organizations and get involved!
Through story exchanges, learning resources, and civic engangement projects, Narrative 4 provides tools to teach compassion and develop strong student leaders. To learn more, visit their website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Marquette Votes is a campus coaltional campaign to increase student engangment and voting participation at Marquette University. To learn more, visit their website.