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Globe University Student Honored at Dare to Dream Event

Globe University-Minneapolis criminal justice student, Jacy Brown honored at this year’s Urban Venture Dare to Dream event where she was able to share her story. Urban Ventures Dare to Dream is an annual fall event that illustrates how hope is powerful and celebrates stories like Jacy’s. According to Urban Ventures, when you have hope, you
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Globe University-Appleton’s Student of the Month Shows You Can Do It All

Globe University-Appleton‘s August Student of the Month has sure been busy. Upcoming graduate Sara Schumann is currently juggling six classes, a family of four, volunteering and working… all while maintaining a 4.0 GPA. Graduating this quarter with a diploma in massage therapy, Sara is ready to take the next step in her life. Sara admitted she
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Graduate on the Move: Job Searching in a New City

Sometimes a new job is just what the doctor ordered. Kayle Nieuwenhuis, a March 2014 graduate of the medical assistant program , had been working as a certified medical assistant for over a year and half when she decided it was time for a move- quite literally. As she began her search for a new job in
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Globe Student of the Quarter: Megan Lissner, Medical Assistant

The faculty of Globe University-Wausau is pleased to name Megan Lissner of the medical assistant program as the Winter 2015 student of the quarter. At Globe University-Wausau, the award recognizes hard work, attendance, attitude, professionalism and exemplification of Globe’s “We Care” philosophy. These qualities are a perfect description of Megan. “In the time that Megan Lissner
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Globe Student of the Month: Caroline Chase, Massage Therapy

Globe University-Sioux Falls is proud to announce our March Student of the Month recipient Caroline Chase, massage therapy student. Caroline will be graduating this fall with an associate degree in massage therapy. During her time at Globe University, she has been recognized in a variety of ways as a very positive and upbeat student. Her energy
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February Student of the Month: Nicole Bennett, Veterinary Technology

Globe University-Sioux Falls would like to congratulate veterinary technology student Nicole Bennett as our February Student of the Month! Nicole was nominated by several of her fellow classmates for this award, making her the first student of the month with such an honor. They all cited Nicole’s positive attitude and cheerful demeanor as reasons she
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Student Spotlight: Lindburgh Neal, Exercise Science Program

Have you ever met a person whose passion you can feel when you are talking with them? I recently met that person. Lindburgh Neal is a current student at Globe University. Neal is also an Army veteran, father of two girls, husband, and a volunteer for his local church. Just those responsibilities would deter some
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Student of the Month: Rebecca Pacheco, Medical Assistant Program

Globe University-Sioux Falls is proud to announce medical assistant program student Rebecca Pacheco as our January Student of the Month. Rebecca has been active in school fundraisers and events while attending Globe. She is thoughtful and always eager to help. “Rebecca is very friendly and has welcomed the new students with open arms. She also has been very kind,
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Student Spotlight: Business Management Student Jessica Readel

We wanted to introduce you to one of our amazing business management students, Jessica Readel. Jessica came to us after graduating with an associate degree from our sister school, IPR. Her dream is to work in the music industry as a concert producer. As you read her blog, you can’t help but sense her passion and
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Star Student of 2014: Carrie Kittleson

Globe University-Woodbury has elected Carrie Kittleson, a medical assisting student, as our Star Student of the Year! Along with being an outstanding student, Carrie is a student worker on campus and in her free time she volunteers with her family. “It was surprising to be elected as Star Student of the Year,” said Carrie. “It is also
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