Grand Opening & Open House • Thursday, August 26, 2021 • 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Inver Hills Community College is hosting a grand opening, ribbon cutting and open house for the new Student Food and Resource Center on campus. The event takes place Thursday, August 26, 2021 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in College Center Room 210.
Stop in to enjoy snacks and fellowship. Donations of nonperishable, non-expired food items and paper grocery bags (with handles) are welcome.
“The Open Door will be providing the food for our Student Food and Resource Center,” reported Shannon Williams, community-based learning coordinator at the college, “which will include fresh and frozen items such as meat, dairy, fruit and vegetables in addition to nonperishable food items.”
WHAT: Student Food and Resource Center Grand Opening
WHEN: Thursday, August 26, 2021 • 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
WHERE: College Center Room 210
More about the new Student Food and Resource Center…
Shannon added that the Student Food and Resource Center is open to all students. “There are no criteria to access the resources,” she said. “Visitors can select their own items and access as much as needed for their whole family.”
The center also has plans to host community partners and resources throughout the semester, including SNAP benefit sign-up.
Shannon and Nicole Bietz, Inver Hills counselor, envision having the Student Food and Resource Center staffed and led by student employees.
“We are currently hiring,” Shannon said. “We are encouraging students to apply online.”
CBL Student Assistant for Food and Resource Center
About the Center for Career Development and Community-Based Learning…
You don’t have to wait until you graduate to put your knowledge to work. Through community-based learning, you can collaborate with local high schools, conduct research with community partners and solve operations issues for organizations.
Community-based learning (CBL) is learning inside or outside of the classroom that incorporates the community and local environment. The Center for Career Development and CBL is here to help you engage! When you give your time and talents to the community, you also benefit by:
- Gaining experiences and skills employers look for (great for your resume and interviews!)
- Learning by doing
- Better understanding of your chosen career path/area of study
- CBL Courses
- America Reads Work Study
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Campus Election Engagement Project
- CBL Special Events
Learn more about the new Student Food and Resource Center at Inver Hills by contacting:
Community-Based Learning Coordinator