Rasmussen College: Building Community Through Education [Infographic]

Giving back has always been core to Rasmussen College’s mission. It’s why the College participates in a college-wide Community Service Day every year. Rasmussen College also hosts biannual community career fairs helping connect employers with skilled employees. In January 2014, the College formalized its commitment to the communities in which it serves by becoming a Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) with the platform “Building Community through Education.” This focus allows Rasmussen College to have an even greater impact on its students, employees and communities.  

Check out this infographic and see how Rasmussen College gives back to its communities. Also, learn more about the College’s PBC platform, including new and ongoing initiatives that use career-focused education to empower local communities. 

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