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Volunteering. Why is it important to you? Why do you volunteer? In higher education, volunteering is always part of the conversation. We are always reminded that volunteering can help you become a better person on and off your resume, but … Continue reading
If you volunteer for a nonprofit organization, there’s a good chance that you had to fill out an application. What you may not know is that a lot of time and effort goes into making those applications and documents thorough … Continue reading
Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 1 in every 88 children and is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the United States according to Autism Speaks, an Autism Awareness Organization. These statistics, along with personal relationships with children living with Autism sparked … Continue reading
18 Staff+36 Volunteer Hours= $91,000 for the Children’s Miracle Network! Supporting the Children’s Miracle Network, Globe University-La Crosse staff and faculty volunteered for the annual Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon. Eighteen staff members answered phone calls at the La Crosse Radio … Continue reading
Roger Jazdzewski has been volunteering for an anime convention as the information chair for over three years. He never thought that one day he would be paid for it. His hard work would eventually pay off – in the form … Continue reading
It is time again for eligible students to apply for the community service scholarship given to our students each quarter. Students who have won the scholarship in the past have done so by completing community service ranging from mission trips … Continue reading
Today marks the beginning of Globe University-Appleton‘s campaign to help those in need by collecting donations for United Way Fox Cities and the 39 different programs that they support throughout the Fox Valley. United Way representative Renee Waterman spoke to … Continue reading