The second annual volunteer fair was an exciting event that drew more than one hundred students, community members and nonprofit organizations at Globe University Green Bay. Ashley Scott, Lead Global Citizenship Instructor and her students in Global Citizenship and Interpersonal Relations classes organized and facilitated the event. Over twenty community organizations were represented at the fair which included: The NEW Zoo, The Salvation Army of Brown County, Restore, Habitat for Humanity, YWCA, YMCA, Junior Achievement and many others!
· Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt stopped by to meet with attendees and enjoy the fair too.
· RJ from the Salvation Army Kroc Center made quite the appearance while trying to chomp on Mark Taggart’s head.
· K-9 demonstration allowed students and community members to understand the life of a police dog.
· Jamie Kozloski the founder of Kingdom Animalia Exotic Animal Rescue bought in live animals for attendees to interact with and educating listeners on her organization.
Making Volunteering Fun and Impactful
Jennifer Maier, Program Manager of the Brown County Junior Achievement stated, “It had a great vibe and feeling very fun and upbeat. I look forward to your next one.”
Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community and become involved in the Green Bay Life. It allows students to connect with others while developing oneself.
Community Service Scholarship
Globe University offers two $2,000 student scholarships for community service each quarter, if you are interested in learning more about this opportunity please contact the Financial Aid Director Kristin Thyroid at firstname.lastname@example.org
More pictures are posted on the Globe University Green Bay’s Facebook page.