The Sturzl Center for Community Service & Learning supports and develops the college’s mission to serve the common good by fostering campus-wide discussion on service, promoting community engagement and recognizing significant contributions to serving the common good in Brown County and beyond.

For Community Partners

Community partners are an integral part of our work at the Sturzl Center for Community Service & Learning. Through a partnership with us, your agency will serve as an extension of the classroom. Our students will have the opportunity to test their academic theories in real world situations and reflect upon present-day social issues while making the community a better place.

Each year we partner with community agencies to:
  • Increase their volunteer pool
  • Educate the college community about local community needs and social issues
  • Promote their organization to new audiences
  • Provide access to college resources
  • Create positive relationships with members of the St. Norbert College community
If you are not yet engaged with us but you’d like to be, contact us.

Into the Streets

Into the Streets
Friday, August 28

As a part of St. Norbert College’s “Week of Welcome” for incoming freshmen, Into the Streets provides our first year students with the opportunity to serve together for the common good and learn more about our community.  While benefiting from the service provided by students, participating community sites are given the opportunity to share the impact of your work in our community and promote your volunteer needs with our students.

Community organizations are invited to partner with us by providing an opportunity for students to serve at your site and/or by providing a project students could complete on campus.

Service at your Site:

Learn more about the program goals and expectations on our event page and if interested, register to participate.

On-Campus Project:

Students will have approximately three hours to complete your project on-campus. If you are in need of assistance with work such as mailings, assembling kits or other ideas that could be done at the College please email the Sturzl Center. In your request please provide your contact information, a description of the project and the approximate number of students needed to complete the project in our three hour time frame. Materials for these projects would need to be supplied by the community partner.

You will be notified by August 1st if you are selected as an "Into the Streets" community partner. If you have any questions please contact Susan Angoli at 403-3374 or email us at the Sturzl Center.