Barb Rogers is an example of a non-traditional student who utilizes her leadership skills to support her peers in the Weekend College Program. She successfully balances her academic work, owning her own child care business, being a parent and volunteering at numerous organizations. She has held numerous leadership positions at St. Kate’s. For the past 4 years, Barb has served on the Student Advisory Board. Additionally she has been a board liaison for 2 years.
This past year, Barb has served in a new position that she initiated in the Center for Community Work and Learning as the Weekend College Service-Learning Coordinator. In this position, she has worked with several new and existing courses to integrate community work and learning experiences into the curriculum. Additionally Barb has organized civic engagement opportunities as part of the co-curriculum with Brain Injury Association of Minnesota and Feed My Starving Children. She has successfully organized and managed these opportunities to extend service-learning and civic engagement opportunities to our Weekend College Program students. Barb is an example of a student who utilizes her leadership skills to the benefit of her community.
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