Community Service Day at Minnesota School of Business – Rochester
Rochester, MN – April 24, 2012 – The Minnesota School of Business-Rochester will be holding a Community Service Education Day on Friday, May 18th, from 1pm – 5pm on campus.
The idea behind the event is to engage the Rochester community by bringing various public, private and not-for-profit organizations together and build awareness of these organizations. MSB-Rochester believes that by hosting an event a network of interests will cross-pollinate and bring the Rochester community closer together.
Instructors and staff from MSB-Rochester will be conducting classes and seminars on a wide range of topics including: how to land a job, how to fill out the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), scholarship search options, and extreme couponing methods. The campus IT club will be holding a class on computer security and basic computing. The Veterinary Technology department will be performing nail trimmings
and ear cleanings for pets. A class addressing social media strategies will be conducted by the on campus community relations specialist.
The Rochester Police department will be on hand to answer questions in addition to conducting a canine obedience demonstration.
“It has been awsome to see the event come together. With a variety of topics, there should be a little bit for everyone to do and explore that day.” Karen Cook, Community Service Education Day chairperson, and dean of students at the Rochester campus.
A complete list of events will be available on the campus blog and Facebook page the first week of May.