Nursing students give back for Nurses Week

Nursing students at all UW Campuses are celebrating Nurses Week by giving back to their communities. Please donate to the UWGB Campus Cupboard and UWGB Career Closet. The drive will be held from April 30 to May 4. Collection bins located in the University Union, MAC Hall near the Garden Cafe, Wood Hall near Rosewood Café, Rose Hall and the Library Commons.

Alumni hold first clothing drive for Career Closet

GEI Consultants held the first alumni-organized clothing drive for UW-Green Bay’s Career Closet. Alumna Cassie Halbach (pictured) led the drive and engaged other alumni to help as well. A total of IMG_272633 items were donated and added to the Career Closet collection. The Career Closet provides current students with donated professional attire and needs help keeping the closet stocked with new and gently-used suits, pants, dress shirts, blouses, suit/sport jackets, skirts, dresses, scarves, neckties and belts. Clothing drives and individual donations are always encouraged.

In the photo, left to right: Kyle Sandmire ’14 (Masters of Environmental Science and Policy), Cassie Halbach ’05 (History), Tom Prestby’ 16 (Masters of Environmental Science and Policy) and Tim Flood ’14 (Masters of Environmental Science and Policy).

 

Reminder: Consider donating items to help stock the new Career Closet

UW-Green Bay Career Services is asking the UW-Green Bay community’s help in launching the new service for students this semester — the Career Closet. The Career Closet will provide current students with professional attire so they can make a positive first impression when they are interviewing, networking or attending job fairs. Appropriate attire is essential, however, not every student has the resources to purchase professional clothing. Please help stock the closet by donating new and gently-used suits, pants, dress shirts, blouses, suit/sport jackets, skirts, dresses, scarves, neckties and belts. Attire should be clean and in excellent condition (no missing buttons, broken zippers, tears) and may be dropped off in Career Services during regular office hours, Monday through Friday from 7:45 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Contact Karla Miller at millerk@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2163 with any questions.

Consider donating items to help stock the new Career Closet

UW-Green Bay Career Services is asking the UW-Green Bay community’s help in launching the new service for students this semester — the Career Closet. The Career Closet will provide current students with professional attire so they can make a positive first impression when they are interviewing, networking or attending job fairs. Appropriate attire is essential, however, not every student has the resources to purchase professional clothing. Please help stock the closet by donating new and gently-used suits, pants, dress shirts, blouses, suit/sport jackets, skirts, dresses, scarves, neckties and belts. Attire should be clean and in excellent condition (no missing buttons, broken zippers, tears) and may be dropped off in Career Services during regular office hours, Monday through Friday from 7:45 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Contact Karla Miller at millerk@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2163 with any questions.