Rasmussen College Employees And Students Give Back During Community Service Day

Career College Central Summary:
  • On July 19, about 1,400 Rasmussen College employees from its 24 campuses and three central offices will participate in the fifth annual Rasmussen College Community Service Day. Rasmussen College students were also encouraged to volunteer their time at nearly three dozen organizations across six states.
  • The college has a long history of giving back to the communities it serves. Both employees and students have been recognized nationally for their partnerships with local businesses and volunteerism at various nonprofits and organizations.
  • Rasmussen College employees from the eight Minnesota campuses and Twin Cities Central Office volunteered their time with Feed My Starving Children, Boys and Girls Club of the Twin Cities, Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People (VEAP), 360 Communities, Relay for Life of Blue Earth County, United Way of Central Minnesota, Tubman, Presbyterian Homes, Chisago Lakes High School and the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
  • In Illinois, the four campuses, as well as employees from the Chicago Central Office, worked with the Northern Illinois Food Bank, Cornerstone Services, Aunt Martha's Youth Service Center and Health Center, Alpine Kiwanis Club and the Wood Dale/Itasca Reservoir.
  • The two North Dakota campuses partnered with the United Way Bismarck-Mandan and Churches United for the Homeless.
  • Employees and students from the three Wisconsin campuses teamed up with Chances Animal Rescue, Boys' and Girls' Brigade, North Central Health Care, Marathon County Health Department, Happily Ever After, Cerebral Palsy Center and Freedom House Ministries.
  • In Florida, employees from the six various campuses and Orlando Central Office volunteered their time at Harvest Time International, Metropolitan Ministries, American Cancer Society, PACE Center for Girls of Lee County, Dress for Success Southwest Florida, Suncoast Harvest Food Bank, Marion County Literacy Council and the Florida Department of Transportation.
  • And for the first time Rasmussen College's two newest campuses in Kansas participated in the College's Community Service Day. Employees and students teamed up with the Children's Miracle Network and the Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.
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