Tag Archives: Minnesota School of Business

MSB – Rochester Student Makes Impact with Service Learning Project

Service learning projects can be difficult to implement when the project is part of an online class. The project is often a one-person project and it’s sometimes hard to see the impact of one’s work. However, one student at Minnesota School of Business (MSB) -Rochester did see an immediate impact with her service learning project. “I
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Meet the Admissions Staff at Minnesota School of Business – Blaine

We have a unique bunch in our admissions department at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, and they have one very important thing in common… they care about student success. Shaun Lis: “If my background in sports has taught me anything, it’s the importance of setting goals and working as a team to achieve them. I believe
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5 Ways to Succeed at Minnesota School of Business

Minnesota School of Business – Richfield (MSB-Richfield) features an excellent and caring staff and experienced faculty. Below are five ways to utilize the campuses resources to be the most successful student and future alumni as possible. “I am proud of each member of my staff and how they help our students. It is my hope that
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MSB – Rochester Massage Student: ‘Background Does Not Define Future’

For some, a better life doesn’t come easy. “Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence,” according to a quote from Colin Powell, an American statesman, and a retired four-star general in the United States Army. Dwan Gregg came from a family of six and lived on a Native
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MSB Nursing Alumni Making a Difference in the World

In January 2008, Nathan Pineault decided to advance his education and start on the journey to becoming a professional nurse. Nathan graduated in December of 2011 with his Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Recently, Nathan was able to take a few moments to catch up on what he has been doing since then. Nathan
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Think Twice Before Buying an Easter Pet

You might think Easter is the perfect time to buy a pet rabbit, chicken or duck for your family, however, you might want to think more about it first. First off, you should know that rabbits can live 8 to 12 years, almost as long as cats and dogs live. Rabbits can make great pets, but
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Coping with the Early Start of Spring Allergies

While you might enjoy the warmer weather, we certainly don’t welcome spring allergy symptoms. It’s only the start of March, and already spring allergies are on the rise. According to Weather.com, a few factors, including the mostly mild winter and the presence of El Niño, could mean that the 2016 spring allergy season will be bigger
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MSB-Rochester Accounting Student Counts Job Offers Before Graduation

For Logan Everson, going back to school needed to fit his lifestyle and help him achieve his goals. He decided to go back to school to get his bachelor’s degree after changing his mind about his career path. Everson initially wanted to own a bar since his parents successfully ran once since 1997. He said as he
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Give Yourself Credit: Tax Tips Students Need to Know

It’s that time of year to start getting your documents together for the 2016 tax season. Something to know this year is there are new security measures, so you might have to devote more of your precious time to getting your taxes done. In May, the Internal Revenue Service said hackers had stolen personal information, including back
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Information Technology Students Dive Hands First into Computer Essentials Class

These are the types of hands-on lessons that students need. All of the students in the computer essentials class at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine took part in disassembling a PC and documenting it with photos and step-by-step instructions to put it back together. Afterwards, the students verified that it worked and made sure they didn’t have any
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