The Campus Center offers volunteer opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. Volunteers gain professional experience, make friends, and test out whether this kind of work is their passion! Volunteers do things like answer phone calls, manage office resources, work on special projects, and keep the space vibe open and friendly! You can expect to gain communication and interpersonal skills, develop your problem-solving capabilities, and work with a variety of people from many backgrounds.
How to sign up
The volunteer form is closed for this semester! Please check back in January.
Please fill out the form below. From there, we’ll follow up with an email to set up a time to meet with us and get the training you need to start!
Questions? Contact the Volunteer Coordinators below.
When do volunteers work?
Typically, volunteers set regular hours that they come in each week – for example, Mondays from 1:00pm-3:00pm. Volunteers come in anywhere from one hour to upwards of four hours at a time. If you aren’t able to make a time weekly time commitment, you can volunteer as you’re available, or be on a list to help with special events.
Can I volunteer for my class requirements?
Yes! The Gender and Sexuality Campus Center allows students to volunteer their time for class requirements. Make sure you chat with the volunteer coordinator or a pro staff to make sure your volunteer experience with us is a good fit for your course.
Can I volunteer if I’m not LGBTQ?
Yes! Allies are welcome as volunteers in our space. We do not ask for your identity info at any point during training or volunteering.
Can I volunteer if I’m not a UW-Madison student?
Unfortunately, the Campus Center cannot accept community member volunteers at this time. If you’re interested in getting involved in LGBT spaces in Madison, we suggest getting in contact with OutReach, south central Wisconsin’s LGBT community center. Of course, you’re still always welcome to hang out in our space.