Community Service Part Of Education For CU-Boulder MBA Students

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Oct. 1, 2002 The education of CU-Boulder MBA students entails more than finance and marketing classes. At the Leeds School of Business, giving back to the community is part of the MBA student experience. On the morning of Oct. 4, about 40 MBA students will hold their fall semester community service event and help five organizations in Boulder. The organizations include the Collage Children’s Museum, Community Food Share, the city of Boulder’s Adopt-A-Park program, Flatirons Climbing Council and ReSource 2000. CU-Boulder MBA students will help with the morning toddler craft session at the Collage Children’s Museum, an organization that educates children on art and sciences, diverse cultures and technology. Students also will help Community Food Share organize its warehouse before the busy holiday season. In addition, the MBA program adopted Eben G. Fine Park, between Canyon and Arapahoe at 6th Street, along Boulder Creek. Students will clean the area and help with maintenance work. On Flagstaff Mountain from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., students will work on trails and a revegetation project for hiking and climbing trails. At ReSource 2000, an organization created by the Boulder Energy Conservation Center, students will organize building materials. ReSource 2000 salvages used building materials from construction sites and recycles the materials, which reduces waste and keeps materials out of landfills. For information on these activities contact Sally Keefe at [email protected]last_img

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