Faculty, staff, and alumni are
reminded to log their volunteer hours for the month of November as part of the
Stritch Serves volunteer initiative.
In celebration of Stritch’s 75th Anniversary,
the Staff Development Committee is recording the hours of volunteer service
performed by University staff, faculty, and alumni to community organizations, churches,
schools, nonprofits, local businesses, and other entities.
To date, more than 8,100 faculty and
staff and 1,800 alumni hours have been logged, for a total exceeding 9,900
service hours. This surpasses the initial goal of 7,500 hours set in January.
University President Dr. James Loftus has challenged the Stritch community to
aim for a new goal of 10,000 volunteer hours served, translating to a total
contribution of $200,000 worth of service to our communities.
- Faculty and staff may log their volunteer hours here (MyStritch login required)
- Alumni may log their volunteer hours here.
- To see a list of volunteer opportunities in Milwaukee
and Madison, and to read testimonials of faculty and staff that highlight
what drives them to answer the call to service,click here.
If you would like share your volunteer
story or encourage a co-worker to do so, or if you have questions about the
Stritch Serves initiative, email firstname.lastname@example.org
This volunteer service information
is being collected with the goal of sharing positive stories internally and
externally about how the Stritch community gives back to the Milwaukee
community and beyond.