Make a Difference in the Community, Meet New People, Build Your SkillsAt St. Norbert, we give you the chance to become a socially engaged citizen. Through volunteering and service-learning, the campus and the community come together in partnership to share resources and meet REAL community needs.
You’re probably clear on what volunteering is, but what about service-learning? Service-learning is when you practice your skills and enhance your classroom knowledge through related community service experiences. Our professors use service opportunities in their classes to enrich learning, teach civic responsibility and strengthen communities.
Sturzl Center for Community Service & Learning
The Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning acts as your hub for all volunteering and service-learning activity. The center is particularly interested in helping you connect your volunteering with your student learning. Its staff can help you by providing guidance, best-practice tools, occasions for reflection and access to opportunities.
The wide range of annual volunteer activities and service organizations you can participate in at St. Norbert include:
- Into the Streets
- Make a Difference Day
- TRIPS alternative break programs
- "A Day On, Not a Day Off": Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
- Service organizations like Colleges Against Cancer, Optimists Club, Oxfam America, Habitat for Humanity and more
- Midwest Campus Compact Citizen-Scholar (M3C) Fellows tutor program
- Michels Hall service program