Tag Archives: Global Citizenship

MSB Students Provide 22,000 Meals for the People of Haiti

By Taylor Smith Minnesota School of Business-Richfield global citizenship class volunteered at Feed My Starving Children (FMSC). The class of 28 student’s, including nursing, medical assisting, business, and digital video students took part in this transformational adventure. Through the Eagan hub, students were able to feed an astonishing 60 malnourished children for one entire year
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Global Citizenship Students Gain New Titles: Blanketeers for Project Linus

Have you heard about Project Linus? The organization provides a sense of warmth and security by providing handmade blankets to children who are seriously ill or traumatized. “Project Linus is an example of a grassroots change effort. The founder, Karen Loucks Baker, saw a need for change (the need for blankets) and worked to create
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1,000 Reasons to Smile: Stuffed Smiles Campaign

Students from the Global Citizenship class developed a unique way to give back to the community while engaging students and staff on campus in friendly competition. Stuffed Smiles was a student versus staff collection held on and off campus to obtain gently used or new stuffed animals.  Through this collection it was students’ hopes that
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A Great Partnership: Riverfront and Globe University-La Crosse

“We at Riverfront are thrilled to partner with Globe [University]. Because of the student projects and volunteering, the incredible people Riverfront serve benefit,” shared Marcia Jagodzinske, CEO of Riverfront, Inc. With a mission to support people with disabilities so that they may live healthy, fulfilling lives, Riverfront provides assistance to many community members in western Wisconsin.
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Globe Students Pay it Forward

Teaming up with Great Rivers 2-1-1 Part II After much hard work, Global Citizenship students presented their completed service-learning  projects to members of Great Rivers 2-1-1, on how they created awareness for the organization’s Runaway Bridge Program, an emergency youth shelter, that works to resolve issues and reunites youth with their families. Required by all students,
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Global Citizenship Students Help Bring the Creative World to Children in Hospitals

The spring 2012 Global Citizenship students spent their weekend participating in the 3rd Annual Miles for Smiles Family Fun Event.  This annual event was held at Meadowbrook Park, home to hula dancers, face painters, Rosie the horse, a bounce house, a Creative Movement Class, a fire truck, a DARE police vehicle, fantastic food, a 5K
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Globe Students Create Solutions to Hunger Challenges

La Crosse Global Citizenship Class Partners with the Hunger Task Force To reinforce the importance of community responsibility in students, Globe University-La Crosse faculty develop service learning projects that identify challenges the community is facing and lead students in the  creation of projects that support the needs of the community. Kathy Sims, Service Learning Coordinator
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Globe-La Crosse Students Help Bridge the Gap

Teaming up with Great Rivers 2-1-1 This past Monday, April 23, Global Citizenship students presented proposals to Great Rivers 2-1-1, to demonstrate how they can aide in creating awareness for the organization’s Runaway Bridge Program, an emergency youth shelter, which strives to resolve issues and reunites youth with their families. Required by all students, Global
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Globe-La Crosse Food Pantry Opens

Allowing Students to Hunger for Knowledge by Filling Their Bellies What is one of the top complaints from college students? It doesn’t matter whether the student is traditional or not, most students struggle to make ends meet. Most students understand that this is a temporary poverty brought on by particular circumstance: when one is in school,
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