Rasmussen, Inc. Employees Volunteer 6500 Hours In One Day As Part Of Annual Community Service Day
Rasmussen Employees in Green Bay Assisted Local School District, Boys & Girls Club and Golden House as Part of System-Wide Community Service Day
July 26, 2010
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GREEN BAY, Wis., (July 26, 2010) – On Friday, July 23, Rasmussen, Inc. employees devoted an unprecedented 6,500 cumulative hours of work volunteering throughout their communities as part of the annual Rasmussen Community Service Day, which benefits the communities where its 21 campuses are located, as well as four central office communities. Employees from the local Green Bay campus volunteered for a number of area organizations, including the Green Bay Public School System, Bruce W. Nagel Boys & Girls Club and the Golden House, a domestic violence program and shelter.
“Rasmussen has a deep partnership with its campus communities, and we enjoy the opportunity to give back to residents who have so warmly welcomed us,” Rasmussen College Green Bay Campus Director Scott Borely said. “Our contribution to local residents extends beyond this annual event; we continuously work to participate in programs that benefit a variety of organizations and initiatives.”
In support of the Green Bay Public School System, Rasmussen employees assisted Martin Luther King Elementary School with playground clean up and restoration, as well as general clean up and landscaping activities at various other schools in the district. Employees also spent the day participating in activities with the Bruce W. Nagel Boys & Girls Club, a unit of the organization’s Green Bay branch, which currently serves more than 8,300 children in the Green Bay community.
Finally, Rasmussen employees also volunteered throughout the day at Golden House, a domestic violence program and shelter that works toward a violence-free community through personal, social, and institutional change. Employees helped complete general maintenance projects for the facility, while on-site activities for children were led by Rasmussen faculty part of its Early Childhood Education program.
Rasmussen has an extensive history contributing to the growth and well being of the communities it serves. Both employees and students have been recognized nationally for their partnerships with local businesses and volunteerism in local communities. During its first National Community Service Day last year, Rasmussen employees participated in 3,600 cumulative hours of community service across five states as part of the annual company-wide volunteer event.
“We are all about supporting and building our communities by creating jobs, educating students, investing in facilities and providing good trained graduates to be employed in the local workforce,” Rasmussen, Inc. CEO J. Michael Locke said. ”We work closely with local high schools, hospitals and corporate employers and are delighted to help the charitable organizations in town through this day of service.
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