Minnesota School of Business – Richfield Makes Positive Impact in Local Community


Minnesota School of Business-Richfield staff and faculty volunteering at the city of Bloomington parks for Community Service Day.

Minnesota School of Business – Richfield campus spent community service day volunteering in the city of Bloomington cleaning their parks. For the past nine years, the Globe Education Network (GEN) has dedicated one day to closing each campus and sending the staff and faculty out to volunteer in their local communities.

“I love community service day because it not only serves our community, but it also gives us a day to bond as a campus,” said Diana Welter, who was just promoted to Director of Career Services. “We didn’t find much garbage, but we did have a lot of laughs.”

Campus Director, Miriam N. Williams, M.Ed., comments on how activities like today do bond our team, but they also illustrate our “We Care” philosophy to the local community where I students, staff and faculty reside.

IMG_6317“Cleaning parks on a sunny Minnesota day creates an avenue to bond with colleagues while giving back to the community and connecting with nature, overall a great event in my book,” said Carol Jaeger, an instructor at the MSB-Richfield campus.

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Each year the Globe Education Network hosts a Community Service Day where they close campuses so the staff and faculty members can volunteer in their local communities. This day is a day designated to illustrate our “We Care” philosophy to the communities our campuses reside in.

Our mission consists of two simple, yet powerful words: We Care. We care about our employees, our students, and the communities we serve. We will demonstrate We Care by preparing career-focused, community-minded graduates for the global workforce.