MSB – Rochester Student Makes Impact with Service Learning Project

Service learning projects can be difficult to implement when the project is part of an online class. The
project is often a one-person project and it’s sometimes hard to see the impact of one’s work. However, one student at Minnesota School of Business (MSB) -Rochester did see an immediate impact with her service learning project.

“I really had no idea how I could serve my community through just a few hours of work. And I really wanted to do something meaningful to both me and the community,” said Maria Scott of MSB – Rochester. “I’m a vet tech student, so I also wanted to include animals in the community I served.”

After considering several options, including various volunteer positions, Maria decided to host a fundraiser for Paws and Claws Humane Society in Rochester, Minnesota. 

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