Tag Archives: volunteering

Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville Helps Feed 65 Children for a Year

Minnesota School of Business (MSB) strongly believes in providing the “We Care” mentality when working with students and the community to build lasting relationships. One way in which MSB and Globe University give back to the communities is by a company-wide community service day. For community service day, MSB-Lakeville’s staff and faculty spent the afternoon
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We Care Day at Minnesota School of Business Connects College and Community

One of the most anticipated and important days on the calendar for Minnesota School of Business (MSB) staff and students is the annual We Care Day of community engagement and service. It is a day dedicated each year to the needs of others and provides a meaningful way to connect to each other. This year, MSB
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Project Homeless Connect: A Lesson in Community

Volunteering because you care is always a good feeling. But Minnesota School of Business–St. Cloud (MSB) staff and students felt particularly gratified when working recently for Project Homeless Connect at the River’s Edge Convention Center. This unique event provides education and basic services, such as haircuts, transportation and cell phones, to area homeless. The MSB
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An Unforgettable Cultural Experience: MSB Staff Attend FMSC National Gala

Do you consider yourself a philanthropist? Have you taken the opportunity to give back to your community and those in need? Have you wondered what you can do to help both locally and globally? Recently, staff and faculty from Minnesota School of Business-Elk River were fortunate enough to attend the 2013 Feed My Starving Children (FMSC)
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A ‘We Care’ Tale of 3 Cities, 4 Worksites and 50 Volunteers

Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud embraced its seventh annual “We Care” Community Service Day with gusto this spring by volunteering at four sites in three different cities, moving nearly 20 tons of rock, planting seven trees, entertaining and educating a senior community, providing free training on campus to about 50 participants, and donating 200 inches
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Lessons from a Winter Nights and Lights Parade

The secret to having fun at a winter parade is to: 1) have it in St. Cloud, Minn., 2) make sure plenty of college students and staff decorate and participate, and 3) light up yourself and your vehicle as much as possible! Those were some of the lessons learned by Minnesota School of Business volunteers at
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MSB-Blaine Sponsors Walk for Hope

For the second consecutive year, Minnesota School of Business-Blaine sponsored the Walk for Hope, for Alexandra House, which is a domestic and sexual abuse shelter. This year marks the eighth annual Walk for Hope, which took place on Saturday, September 29 at Bunker Hills Regional Park. The following is from the Alexandra House website: “Every
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