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That’s right! On Feb. 20, everyone on the Globe University-Moorhead campus wore facial hair to support a local effort called “Bros on Broadway.” Along with a full array of props, students and staff dressed up to have their photos taken … Continue reading
As a high school student, why should I be concerned about building a resume before I even start college? How does my Facebook account affect my job search? Beyond my resume, what are the benefits to volunteering? Students from Belleville, … Continue reading
Globe University-La Crosse vet tech students have been busy volunteering this summer! Globe University partners with area animal shelters to provide no cost examinations, vaccinations, spays and neuters, and other care to rescued animals. In the classroom, students are able … Continue reading
Spring Volunteering Opportunities: Family Fest, Bowl for Kids, American Cancer Society, and the Children’s Museum!
Want to have fun and give back? Here are four volunteering opportunities this spring! Volunteer Onalaska Family Fun Expo! Sunday, March 25 from 11am-4pm Onalaska OmniCenter Help with security, activities for kids, and in the lobby We currently have 4 … Continue reading
Globe University Green Bay is supporting the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer by participating in a unique fundraising campaign called “Daffodil Days”. You can place your order online or on campus. Contact Jennifer Falck @ 920.264.1659 or firstname.lastname@example.org with … Continue reading
Students demonstrate compassion through advocacy and donation to local hospital and cancer patients Global Citizenship students at Globe University-Appleton raised funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society as a service-learning project. The money raised was used to create 30 … Continue reading