MSB Students Provide 22,000 Meals for the People of Haiti

By Taylor Smith

Instructor, Jason Kriegel and his Global Citizenship class.

Minnesota School of Business-Richfield global citizenship class volunteered at Feed My Starving Children (FMSC). The class of 28 student’s, including nursing, medical assisting, business, and digital video students took part in this transformational adventure. Through the Eagan hub, students were able to feed an astonishing 60 malnourished children for one entire year in just two short hours. These 22,000 meals of just over 100 boxes were sent to the country of Haiti.

“This class has not only opened my eyes to the major issues in the world’s history, but has reminded me what it means to be a true citizen of the world,” said a student in the class.

Another student expressed her appreciation for FMSC by commenting that not only was she able to do something that helped others, but it really made her feel good too. She went on to mention her realization that in life, helping others should reflect well on ourselves.

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