Tag Archives: Veterans

MSB Graduate and Military Veteran Dedicates Himself to Patriotism Year Round

It was a much different scene in the United States 97 years ago today. The United States and its allies in World War I, were celebrating the end to four years of brutal combat in the war against Germany.  The fighting in World War I officially ended on this day when an armistice, or temporary
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Always Remember: A Veteran’s Perspective

By Richard Grosskreutz, student ambassador and veteran in the criminal justice program Recently, Globe University-Wausau celebrated Veterans Day with cake, cookies and a message of thanks to those who have served in any branch of the military. During the day, several veterans were asked if they would be willing to share some thoughts about their service. One veteran, Richard
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Community Service Day 2014: Brightening the Day for Homeless Veterans

Globe University-Sioux Falls recently held their annual Community Service Day. Each year, all campuses close their doors so that the faculty and staff can get out in the community and make a difference. This year, Globe University-Sioux Falls worked with the Volunteers of America to do some spring cleaning at the Berakhah House, temporary housing
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Mastering the Art of Earning An Online Master’s Degree: Sheronda Sealy

Globe University-Online student Sheronda Sealy is a passionate mother, U.S. Army veteran, Christian, and employee of the Veteran’s Administration in San Antonio, Texas. On top of that, she’s also a full-time online student pursuing her Master of Science in Management degree. I had a chance to ask Sheronda a few questions about how things are
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September Veteran of the Month

Globe University and Minnesota School of Business are proud to partner with WCCO radio to honor our September Veteran of the Month, Matthew Gilbert.  Matthew enlisted in the Army as a senior at Anoka Senior High in 2003. A year later, in August 2004, he left for Basic Training at Fort Benning in Georgia where he was
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April Veteran of the Month

Globe University and Minnesota School of Business are proud to partner with WCCO radio to honor our April Veteran of the Month, Brock Hunter.  Brock Hunter served as a recon scout for the Army from 1987-1991 and is now an attorney in Minneapolis.  His military career had a big impact on the choices he has
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Honoring Those Who Serve: Globe-La Crosse Appreciates Veterans

Yellow ribbons are a symbol for supporting and honoring military men and women who are currently serving for us, especially overseas, and veterans of service. Since the early 1980s the symbol’s origin has been in question.  Many people want to draw its origins back to the Civil War, but no definitive facts can do that.
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Supporting Our Vets: New AMVETS Post Opens at Globe University-Eau Claire

 Attention all veterans including National Guard and Reserve members!  There is a new AMVETS post forming in Eau Claire. AMVETS is an organization for all honorable military service vets. The American Veterans Organization also known as AMVETS is starting a new chapter in Eau Claire, Wis. The meetings for the new post will be held
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Yellow Ribbon Schools Support Veterans

The Yellow Ribbon Program helps veterans further their education at degree granting institutions.  The Yellow Ribbon Program was established by the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008.  The program allows degree-granting institutions to enter into an agreement with the Veterans Administration to help fund the tuition and fees that may be more than the
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