Students at The Virtues Campus received a special visit this month from former Minnesota Governor Al Quie, who stopped by the Coon Rapids classroom to encourage students and deliver a powerful message.
Students at The Virtues Campus are taking community service to another level this semester as they embark on a course designed to challenge them to participate in transformational change both globally and in their communities.
As the country increasingly turns its eyes toward the White House and Capitol Hill with a new administration in place, students at The Virtues Campus too are turning their attention to the framework of the government to learn what makes America’s clock tick.
After traveling the world, running a small business, and working for a Christian ministry, Laura Clawson was looking for her next adventure. Laura, who was originally from Minnesota, returned to her home state and placed her focus on pursuing a college degree — something she had put on hold following high school. “I felt the need to finish my degree and keep working on some achievable goals,” she said. “It’s easy to coast during seasons of life, and I needed a new and fresh challenge.” Laura was looking into several avenues for education when she found The Virtues Campus ...