Putting Your Faith and Values to Work
Looking for an internship? Ever wonder what you want to do with your life? Join a small group of students who meet throughout the year to explore what their values, strengths, personalities, and religious faith have to do with their future plans. Work at a local faith based non-profit. Earn a rent scholarship. Apply for the Badger Faith and Service Corps through Pres House Apartments.
How Does Badger Service Corps Work?
Students accepted into the Badger Service Corps program live in PH Apartments and form the Badger Service Corps cohort. Each student is placed in a year-long, part-time internship in a local faith-based organization. Each participant gains practical hands on work experience, mentoring and support, as well as a substantial rent scholarship to support living in PH Apartments. Badger Service Corps participants meet regularly to reflect on their internship experiences, their personal faith and values, and life goals. Pres House staff facilitate student reflection, plan programs and activities for participants that enhance and complement their internship experience, and provide mentoring.
- Mentoring and supervision at your internship site
- Opportunity to talk with peers to discuss future goals
- Programs, retreats and reflections facilitated by PH Apartment staff
- Real world experience doing meaningful work
- Rent scholarship toward rent at PH Apartments
Do You Have What It Takes to be a Badger Service Corps Intern?
Curious about what your values and faith might mean for your future career?
Able to engage others in a positive, productive way?
Do you speak and act with integrity?
Willing to use your gifts and talents, while learning from your mistakes?
Eager to grow, learn, share and do something?
Interested in putting your values to work?
Internship Opportunities for 2017-2018
ph Apartments (http://phapts.com/about-ph-apartments/job-opportunities/)
International Outreach Intern
Christ Presbyterian Church (http://cpcmadison.org/internationals/)
Urban Impact Intern
Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership (http://nehemiah.org/)
Technology in Ministry Intern
Covenant Presbyterian Church (http://covenantmadison.org/)
Outreach or Worship Intern, Pres House (http://preshouse.org/)
Early October: Leasing Begins
November 1st: Review of Applications Begins
**Positions filled on rolling basis**
August 16: PH Apartment Move In
August – Sept: Badger Service Corps students begin site training and internships
How Can I Find Out More or Apply?
Contact the Director of Residential Community or fill out the form below if you are interested in learning more.
The Microcommunity has been a great opportunity. Being a college student it is difficult to eat healthy, but through reading “In Defense of Food” and the support of the members of the group we have all been able to be more conscious about what we are eating. Maggie got some cookbooks and we got to experiment with some of the recipes. One of my favorites was from the “100 healthy pizzas” cookbook; we made a basil mozzarella pizza. It is a great way to get to know people who are all interested in …
I’ve talked to guys who were living in a small studio apartment, sleeping on the floor in a sleeping bag. I tell them, ‘Just because you slept on a dirt floor in the service doesn’t mean you have to live like that now.’
Before I came to UW there was a guy in Madison who owned a house. He used to always rent out to vets, so they could live together and have a place that was theirs. It seemed like everybody knew about it, whether you lived there or not. When he died that property got sold, I guess. I’d love to have people know there is a place where vets can live together and get support. That’s why I decided to live here and help start this program.
The Food for Thought micro-community has given me the opportunity to make connections with people I normally would not have. It has also made me aware of the community around us and how we can help make it a better place while making friends and having fun!!! From this micro-community specifically, I have learned so much about the importance of knowing where your food comes from and how to be a smart eater.
The apartments have given me a place I can settle in comfortably. I’ve lived here for years, and would love to stay.
Living at PH has been a great experience for me. I felt that I connected with my neighbors more than I would have living elsewhere on campus. The PH Scholars program has given me a home within home experience and has allowed me to connect even more with the individuals I live with.
The PH Apartments scholars program has been a great opportunity for me to meet new people and further enjoy the diversity of the UW Madison campus. The events are relatable and fun for all involved. My favorite one was the presidential debate viewing because I learned how to discuss politics without fear of disapproval or conflict. I can’t wait until next semester’s events!
I lived in a dorm my first semester here. I didn’t really know anyone and had no idea what I was going to do for housing. I met Paul at a ‘Vets for Vets’ meeting. He told me about this program and I jumped on it. It was like a blessing out of the sky for me. The thing I like the most is how cohesive we are as a group. Maybe it is our military background; we share the same values, we all pitch in around the apartment and we all get along really well.
The PH Apartments Scholars is a small group with big ideas. The best way to get to know your community!
Being in a Microcommunity is a great way to meet other people in PH Apartments. I really like how it is student-led because it gives us an opportunity to explore and discuss topics we are all interested in.