Tag Archives: service learning

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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Globe University-Madison East Students Provide Massages for Oakwood Village Residents

Everyone’s body is different, not only because they come in different shapes and sizes, but because all of us have had different experiences throughout our lives. This is something the massage therapy students in the Pregnancy/Special Populations Massage Class learned firsthand recently. Students in Pregnancy/Special Populations Massage learn to work with pregnant women in order to
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Medical Assistant Students Breed Bacteria to Educate Third Graders

How clean is your kitchen? Are your cleaning products leaving harmful bacteria behind? Medical assistant students in the Microbiology class at Globe University-Madison East recently posed those questions to third graders at Cottage Grove Elementary School. The medical assistant students visited the third graders to discuss how bacteria can live on surfaces, how contact with
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Globe University Vet Tech Students Help Seniors With Their Pets

Students in the veterinary technology program at Globe University-Woodbury regularly volunteer at two local senior-living communities, Sunrise of Roseville and Boutwells Landing, to help the residents groom their pets. The efforts were part of a service-learning project, helping students apply the skills they learned in their Introduction to Veterinary Technology class. Each quarter, students in every program
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Online Students’ Project Analyzes Promotional Effectiveness of a Website

Here at Globe University, one way our students learn how to apply their classroom skills to real-world situations is by completing what we call a Service Learning Project. Service learning projects in and of themselves require that our Online students identify a need or area of opportunity for a local business, and conduct a research
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Applied Learning Project Leaves Lasting Memories for IT Student

As a student at Globe University-Online, part of your curriculum includes completing a service learning project. Service learning projects provide our students with a chance to volunteer at an organization in their community, and put to work the skills they’ve been working on in the classroom. But, for information technology student, Chad B., the lasting
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Medical Assistant Students Hold Blood Typing Event

What’s your blood type, and why does it even matter?  The Certified Medical Assistant Review class visited Onalaska Luther High School recently to show sophomore biology students the answer to that question. The medical assistant (MA) students were accompanied and supervised by hematology instructor Pearl Havlick and Medical Assistant Program Chair Jackie Lee. Jackie Lee described
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Vet Tech Student Puts New Spin on Support for Local Humane Society

Danielle Stone is no stranger to the Humane Society. She is a student in the veterinary technology program at Globe University-Wausau who recently took her love for animals in a new direction by organizing a donation and supply run for the Humane Society of Marathon County. “I love the Humane Society and their cause,” she
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Student Helps Raise over $10k in Donations for Young Man with Brain Injury

Throughout your education at Globe University-Online, it’s likely you’ll participate in a course that requires you to perform some sort of service learning project. The typical service learning project consists of a student taking their classroom skills and applying them to a real world setting by volunteering in their communities. But what Jessica Larson, a
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Globe University Recognized in National Merit Awards

Partnership with Globe Medical Assistant Program and the La Crosse Housing Authority Honored For over two years, Globe University-La Crosse medical assistant students have supported the La Crosse Housing Authority (LHA) with interactive presentations to educate residents of seven of the authority’s elderly residential centers. To support the needs of residents, Globe’s Patient Care Sciences classes
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