Student and community engagement


There are a many resources for students to become engaged in the community. One of our favorites is Volunteer Oshkosh where you can find all kinds of different volunteering opportunities!

Alongside websites like Volunteer Oshkosh we have various on campus organizations that can help you find volunteering opportunities. A few of these websites are:

Another helpful and fun volunteering resource is Alternative Break. Alternative Break is a a UW-Oshkosh program that sends college students on volunteering opportunities around the world. Check them out here!

UW-Oshkosh offers Quest III courses which are designed around getting students to be active in their community to see more information on Quest III courses look here!


Event: “Why do local elections matter?”

  • When: March 29th at 6PM
  • Where: Reeve Ballroom


Voting is an important thing to do in our country, here are some resources to help you get on your way to voting:


Become a Campus Elect Fellow for Spring 2022 – contact Mike for more information.

Each year the Center hires Civic Engagement Interns. Watch for future opportunities.

Connect with the Center to learn about internship opportunities at local nonprofits.


Speaker Event: Anthony Hinton


Study Abroad with Quest III  

Sign up for your Quest III course

Take an Alternative Break Trip!



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