Program Innovation Mini-Grants

WiCC invites member campuses to apply for up to $350 in support of innovative civic engagement initiatives. These resources can be used to support programming, co-sponsor events or speakers. We are continually inspire to support Wisconsin higher education and civic engagement initiatives.

WiCC Mini Grant Application 

2016-17 Grants Awarded

  • Kim Bohat / Marquette University – Marquette University Community Engagement Symposium Poster Presentation
  • Debra Karp / UW-Parkside – Newman Civic Fellow travel grant to Boston gathering
  • Kari Reyburn / Western Technical College – Volunteer Income Tax Assistance fusion site 2017 Tax Assistance Site Summary Report
  • Susan Angoli / St. Norbert College – Pen to Paper Writing Retreat
  • Debra Karp / UW-Parkside – 2017 Nonprofit Breakfast Sponsorship
  • Megan Miller / UW-Madison; Laurie Marks / UW-Milwaukee30th Anniversary Conference Travel Grant
  • Dr. Kate Ksobiech  / UW-WhitewaterUW-W 100% Tobacco Free Campus
  • Kari Reyburn / Western Technical CollegeStudent Financial Advisors
  • Fay Yokomizo Akindes / UW-ParksidePen to Paper Writing Retreat: Writing With, For and About Service and Community Engagement
  • Amanda Thielen / UW-Stevens PointBe the Change
  • Laurie Marks / UW-MilwaukeeMake a Difference Day
  • Jen Schanen / UW-Green BayUWGB BSW Program Evaluation Course
  • Robert Pyne  / St. Norbert CollegePublic Achievement at SNC
  • Stephanie Harrill  / UW-Madison Morgridge Center for Public ServiceBadger Volunteer Leader Network and Badger Volunteers
  • Cynthia Perry / Edgewood CollegeEarly Literacy Collaboration
  • Randy Stoecker / UW-Madison and UW-ExtensionJustified Anger Research

sturlz center MLK Day3President Thomas Kunkel of St. Norbert College and Gavin Luter, WiCC Executive Director volunteer at the St. Vincent DePaul store in Green Bay, Wisconsin for Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.