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We will be posting further volunteer opportunities as we receive them.  Please check periodically outside of Union 368.  To learn more about volunteer opportunities, visit or call 1-800-VOLUNTEER.  These opportunities are all year-long.


The Center for Volunteerism and Student Leadership in the UWM Union has a search database available for current volunteer opportunities in the Milwaukee area.  There are many that would be of interest to premed students.  They also now have a portion of their website dedicated to about a dozen health-care related volunteer opportunities that you can visit here.



CVSL-UWM Union G28

Phone: (414) 229-3161


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The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW) has many volunteer opportunities available, including the AIDSline, which will help students in the medical field, as it is a phone line that answers questions about HIV/AIDS, STD's, testing sites, etc.  Also, volunteers are needed for the food pantry, client and practical support, client activities, and Touch of Hope Family Center volunteering.  Help your community and gain some valuable experience in the process.  

Molly Herrington

ARCW Volunteer Coordinator

Phone: (414) 225-1595



Froedtert Hospital is looking for volunteers.  Positions: Information Desk, Family Center, Waiting Room, Gift Shop, Pharmacy, Van Drivers, Greeters and Patient Visitors.  There are various opportunities available for you to help patients and visitors that need you.  

Ms. Tarrazonia Green

Supervisor Volunteer Services

Phone: (414) 805-5012


There are various volunteer positions available at Columbia Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital.  Both are close to campus and are in need of student volunteers.  

Volunteer Coordinators:

St. Mary's: (414) 291-1279

Columbia: (414) 961-3999


Big Brothers Big Sisters is always looking for volunteers for their Sports Buddy, First Friend Match and Site-Based Mentoring Programs.  Some of these commitments only require as little as meeting twice a month for four months or one hour a week.  

Phone: (414) 258-4778


The Student Accessibility Center at UWM needs volunteers for taped text reading for students who are blind/visually impaired or have a learning disability.  They need people to lend their time and voices for approximately one hour per week or more if you want.  The reading labs are located in Mitchell B16.  Everything will be provided, just bring yourself and your voice.  This is a great volunteer opportunity that is conveniently located, educational and takes minimal time.  

Jean Salzer

BVI Program Manager

Student Accessibility Center

Mitchell Hall B16

Phone: (414) 229-5660



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