Monthly Archives: July 2010

From Dr. Tor Dahl

(Please pay attention to the ‘knowledge economy we are moving into and relationship to productivity) Economists estimate that eighty percent of all capital is human capital.  Those employers who view workers only as cost items miss out on the contributions of human capital and work experience that go out the door with layoffs and firings.
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Service Learning at the Special Olympics

By: Regina Hughes, Massage Program Chair, Plymouth, MN On June 17th students from the Plymouth campus participated in chair massage at the Special Olympics at the University of Minnesota. This was a service learning project for the Business of Massage class, but we also had other students join in on the event. There was a
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Interviewing Workshops- Early Fall Quarter 2010

Welcome to Early Fall Quarter 2010!  For the next three months, the Online Career Services team will be focusing our training sessions on all aspects of interviewing.  Topics that will be covered include:   Landing that Interview                  Friday, July 30, 2010                                        12:00pm-12:30 pm                          https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008435&password=M.E6C04F2D6348E9C911995A2DA79F09   Interview Etiquette                        Tuesday, August 17, 2010                             6:00pm-6:30pm
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Graduate Spotlight

Thomas Stuck graduated from Minnesota School of Business with an MBA in December of 2009.  Recently, he had the opportunity to meet with Jessica Imholte at Broadview Media to record a video testimonial of his experience with Minnesota School of Business.    Upon graduation, Thomas was employed with Target as a Team Development Leader and
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Important Financial Aid Reminder!!!!

We are one week away from the start of Early Fall quarter.  In its preparation, we want to remind students of the importance of finalizing your financial aid for the 2010-2011 year.  Any students that are using financial aid and have not completed a 2010-2011 FAFSA and its accompanying documents will not be able to
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The Value of Tutorials

When you want to learn even more than you’re learning in class, check out the internet for tutorials.  Many are free and can enhance your learning experience.  Nothing can take the place of an instructor right there supporting you as you go but tutorials are a great way to get a leg up on the
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Job Fair/Career Expo News

Career Expos can be a great way to network and meet with potential employers face to face.  There are several Career Expos coming up next week in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois that would be excellent opportunities to get into contact with numerous organizations   Minnesota   John Kline Job Fair, Inver Grove Heights, MN Date/time:
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