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Tag Archives: service and applied learning
The Fabulous Spay and Neuter Clinic, led by Stacie Seymour, resident veterinarian at MSB-Shakopee and instructor at MSB-Lakeville, has once again, made a huge impact on animal rescue organizations and student learning. Twenty-four dogs and cats from non-profit community partners, … Continue reading
Criminal justice students put together event for service learning project More than fifty participants gathered at Minnesota School of Business for the first annual Walk in Her Shoes event to raise awareness of sexual violence. According to the Minnesota Department … Continue reading
Minnesota Valley Health Center(MVHC) in LeSueur, Minnesota, has a lot to offer the adult, aging population. It has an adult day health center, independent living senior housing, speech, occupational and physical therapy services, extended care nursing facilities, outpatient specialties, laboratories, … Continue reading
When it came time to select a service and applied learning project for Global Citizenship class, Abby Yocius, veterinary technology student from Mankato, remembered experiencing a house fire when she was 11. It was natural for her to research an organization … Continue reading
Global Citizenship student, Mark Houser, partners with local school to provide green energy Mark Houser, business owner of Choice Electric and accounting student at Minnesota School of Business, believes that with growing concerns about the future and security of the … Continue reading
Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a compelling name for a non-profit organization. It was founded in 1987 by a Christian, Minnesotan businessman who “felt called by God to help feed the starving children of the world during a humanitarian visit … Continue reading
“Service learning projects are a great way for the students and seniors to interact and mutually benefit from the relationships they build with each other.” Continue reading
Students and staff were surprised last week when they had a bottle of water and a colorful brochure waiting for them when they arrived on campus. Shakopee’s Microbiology and Urinalysis Class presented the causes, syptoms and signs and consequences of dehydration. … Continue reading