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WSU Collaboration Miss Angie’s Place

Winona State University nursing students are teaming up with Miss Angie’s Place in Pine Island as part of a practicum designed to help them gain organizational, leadership, and mentoring skills while learning the value of relationship-centered care and community involvement.

Cassandra Narr, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Winona State University says the collaboration allows students to work with pre-school and school-age children to provide health promotion and mentorship in a unique way.

Angie Severson, Executive Director of Miss Angie’s Place, says nursing students will work side-by-side with kids who participate in the Naturescapes Day Camp and the After School Program at Miss Angie’s Place.

For more information about Miss Angie’s Place, which Severson founded in February of 2021 to create a space for people of all ages and identities to come together and learn from one another, go to

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