Monthly Archives: September 2013

6 Medical Assistants Share Career Insights

Globe University-Green Bay medical assistant students got to hear some great career advice from graduates of their program who are working in the field. The career services department hosted a career panel with the alumni to help students get a better grasp on how to find their dream job. Student Externships All medical assistant students are required to complete
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How Vet Tech Students Collaborate with Community to Help 400 Feral Cats

After hosting a fourth Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) day at Globe University-Appleton, more than 400 cats have been vaccinated, spayed or neutered thanks to many volunteers, students, and Wish Upon a Paw. Wish Upon a Paw is a local nonprofit organization and operates as a 100 percent volunteer-run, no-kill, foster-home-based animal welfare organization based in the Fox Cities. Rebecca
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Globe University Offers CPR Training for the Chippewa Valley

Many of us understand the benefits of CPR training, but do we truly understand how helpful it can be in a wide variety of professions? According to the American Heart Association, “70% of Americans feel helpless during a cardiac emergency because they either do not know how to administer CPR or their training has significantly
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MBA Students Come up with Creative Solutions to Benefit Farmers Half a World Away

Globe University-Online students recently developed some pretty creative solutions to increase the likelihood of farming success in a Tanzania, Africa farming community. Through a local organization known as Peace House Africa, students worked in small groups to create effective business solutions for the nonprofit to implement in their Tanzanian locations. Groups of graduate level Globe University-Online students
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Vet Tech Students Help Set the Newest Fall Tradition in Eau Claire

When you think of fall in Western Wisconsin, there are many different traditions that come to mind.  Picking apples at the local orchard, selecting the perfect pumpkin at the pumpkin patch for carving, or even taking a drive through the countryside to look at the beautiful fall colors are just a few.  Thanks to a
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Students and Staff Unite in Collaboration for the Eau Claire Community

Collaboration, team work, cooperation.  No matter how you define working together, the results of many are always greater than the results of one. For students at Globe University-Eau Claire, collaboration is a way of life.  Each and every day, students, faculty and staff are working hand-in-hand to achieve students’ goals and make academic success a reality. 
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Jason Garza Knows How to Pursue His Dreams

Every quarter in Composition class, the students pair up, interview and write a paper about their partner. Instructor Beth Cummings gave me a copy of Desirea McClure’s paper she wrote about Jason Garza, a student in the massage therapy school at Globe University-Sioux Falls. Desirea describes Jason accurately as a “very tall, tan and funny, people person.” Jason served in
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How Accounting Students Guided Social Media Breakfast to Nonprofit Status

The process of applying for nonprofit status is a long and tedious one that involves a ton of paperwork. The Governmental and Not-For-Profit Accounting class at Globe University-Madison West recently lent a hand to Social Media Breakfast Madison with helping them become an official 501c3 nonprofit organization. The project was a perfect match. “When Emily [Olson, accounting
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