Globe University-La Crosse to Host Community Appreciation Luncheon

Inaugural Event will Recognize Globe’s Stellar Community Partners

Cinda Todd of the Salvation Army receives a community resource guidebook from Globe student, Thomas. The Healthcare Management class compiled the guidebook for the Salvation Army as a service learning project.

Cinda Todd of the Salvation Army receives a community resource guidebook from Globe student, Thomas. The Healthcare Management class compiled the guidebook for the Salvation Army as a service learning project.

To celebrate the community partners of Globe University-La Crosse, the University is hosting a Community Appreciation Luncheon. Globe will welcome guests from over 30 different organizations to show appreciation of their partnerships and their support.

“The Community Appreciation Luncheon will be a perfect opportunity for Globe University to thank our community partners for their support. Our service learning and volunteer projects, in addition to our program advisory members and employer partners, are vital to the success of our students and our programs. We’re looking forward to recognizing the organizations that make these relationships possible,” said Stephanie Cline, Campus Director.

Onalaska Fire Department, seen here at the Annual Emergency Service Day, is a wonderful partner to Globe University-La Crosse.

Onalaska Fire Department, seen here at the Annual Emergency Services Day, is a wonderful partner to Globe University-La Crosse.

To recognize the University’s two most outstanding community partners, Globe-LaCrosse will honor the Salvation Army and Bronston Chiropractic. The Salvation Army will be awarded with the Most Outstanding Community Partner award for their continuous  artnership for service learning projects and volunteering opportunities. Bronston Chiropractic will be recognized as the Most Outstanding Employer Partner for their strong relationship with the University’s Career Services, medical assistant program, and massage program.

Career Services Coordinator, Carolyn Moe, and Globe student, DeNae, volunteering at Riverfront Inc.’s Sand on the Riverfront event. Riverfront Inc. will be recognized for their terrific partnerships for service learning projects and volunteer opportunities for students and staff.

Career Services Coordinator, Carolyn Moe, and Globe student, DeNae, volunteering at Riverfront Inc.’s Sand on the Riverfront event. Riverfront Inc. will be recognized for their terrific partnerships for service learning projects and volunteer opportunities for students and staff.

Community partnerships help the University to create service learning projects in multiple classes, develop employer sites for internships and externships, provide volunteer opportunities for students and staff, recruit members for the University’s Program Advisory Committees, generate guest speakers, and coordinate applied learning projects.