Two Students Decrease Their College Debt by $2,000: Community Service Pays

Many of the students at Globe University-Green Bay regularly volunteer within their communities. It is one way they tend to fit in well with our campus culture. They understand that providing service and spending time with family is important to their success and health. The challenge seems to be finding time to write an essay that could award them $2,000 for their community service. This fall, two Globe University-Green Bay students learned that finding the time to write a short essay pays off. Brittney Bauer, a criminal justice student, and Stephanie Miller, a veterinary technology student, were awarded $2,000 that is now applied to their student account for the winter quarter.

Brittney Bauer, community service scholarship recipient

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