Rasmussen partners with city for community service

Rasmussen College campuses gave back to their communities during Rasmussen’s ninth annual Community Service Day. Approximately 900 employees from the College’s 22 campuses and three central offices participated in the national service day event.

This year, the Rasmussen College Blaine campus has selected the city of Blaine as the beneficiary of its service. Approximately 20 Rasmussen College employees spent the afternoon cleaning and landscaping Aquatore Park.

A group of Rasmussen College employees, along with several employees’ children, pose together for the college’s ninth annual Community Service Day on July 21, during which approximately 900 employees and students nationwide partnered with local organizations to better their communities. The Blaine campus volunteered at Aquatore Park to help with landscaping and clean-up activities.
Rasmussen College Blaine campus admissions manager Jeremy Lund, nursing program manager McKenzie Hart and senior adviser Chris Emerson spent the afternoon volunteering at Aquatore Park to help with landscaping and clean-up activities. 
 
Rasmussen College alum and student support specialist Barbara Hayes and her son Danny Hayes volunteer together to help with landscaping and clean-up efforts at Aquatore Park.Photos courtesy of Rasmussen College
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A group of Rasmussen College employees, along with several employees’ children, pose together for the college’s ninth annual Community Service Day on July 21, during which approximately 900 employees and students nationwide partnered with local organizations to better their communities. The Blaine campus volunteered at Aquatore Park to help with landscaping and clean-up activities.