Tag Archives: College

Student Spotlight: Meet Vet Tech Student Tristan Olson

We wanted to introduce you to one of our amazing vet tech program students. Learn why she decided to pursue a degree in veterinary technology and how she came to choose Globe University. Tristan Olson will share her student experience, and what better way to share it than in her own words: All through my life,
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Globe University-Sioux Falls Reminds Students about Winter Safety

With the severe weather in Sioux Falls and the surrounding areas in recent weeks, Globe University-Sioux Falls wants to remind students how to stay safe in the cold temperatures. If you have not already, put together a car safety kit or purchase one with all essential equipment. The kit should include: Shovel and ice scraper
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Celebrate LIFE: A Game with a Purpose

Globe University-Appleton was a sponsor for the “Celebrate LIFE” fundraiser benefiting the Community Benefit Tree.The Community Benefit Tree is 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to celebrate people’s lives and provide support during a medical crisis. They help family, friends, and co-workers plan a “Celebration of Support” event for their loved one who is ill.
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Choosing the Correct Path: A Senior’s Journey to Globe

By Mary Beth Nicholson, veterinary technology student  This was it. My senior year of high school had finally arrived, and everyone was asking: “What are your career plans?” I loved being around animals, working with animals and anything in the medical field. However, eight years of college for vet school did not spark an interest and
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Globe University Paralegal Student: ‘Did You Hear I Have a Job?’

Remi Mason bounced into her paralegal class at Globe University-Moorhead filled with excitement. “Did you hear I have a job?” she burst out. When she made this statement, Remi was about a quarter from gradation. Remi’s path to her career began in Montana. As a respected real estate agent, she’d had a very successful career.
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Vet Tech Student Applies Professional Communication Skills at Job Shadow

Erin Lynch, a veterinary technology student at Globe University-Woodbury, recently participated in an applied learning project for her Professional Communications class. Erin completed a job shadow at Animal Emergency and Referral Center of Minnesota (AERC). Applied learning is taking the knowledge you have learned in class and applying it in the real world. Applied learning
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9 Money Saving Tips for College Students

There is no denying that a college degree program can be an expensive investment, but it is just that – an investment in your future. Making good financial decisions is important throughout your college experience because those decisions will follow you long after graduation. The following money saving tips can be of benefit to any
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