Veterinary Technology Student Featured In Home & Living Magazine

Student Jill Guttormson volunteering at the Ottertail County Humane Society.

Veterinary Technology student Jill Guttormson spent over ten years in retail sales before realizing it just wasn’t her passion anymore. She wanted something different and always loved helping animals. After giving it some thought, she decided to invest in her future and enroll in the veterinary technology program at the Minnesota School of Business in Moorhead. She is now only an externship away from finishing her degree.

Recently, Guttormson was featured in the Red River Valley’s Home & Living magazine, produced quarterly by New Century Press. The article was titled ‘A Traditional Kind of Gal Becomes Non-Traditional’.

In the article, Guttormson speaks of her experiences at MSB in the vet tech program.

“The instructors are very caring and make sure we understand we know what we are doing,” Guttormson said. “I’ve always loved animals and it was something I always wanted to do.”

Guttormson holding a dog before surgery.

The three-page spread also stated that 39 percent of all undergraduate students are 25 years old or older. Guttormson is one of the many success stories at Minnesota School of Business/Globe University.

“Jill has an amazing work ethic,” veterinary technology program chair Shelley Olson said in the article. “She is the first one here in the morning and the last to leave at night.”

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