Staff and faculty from Minnesota School of Business in Blaine mingled with nearly 650 twin cities area high school students at Career Jam on December 1. A resource fair showcased a variety of colleges, universities, and military personnel to inform students about their options after high school. Students also chose several break-out sessions to attend, each highlighting a specific career path.
Jessica Hamre, High School Admissions Representative, and Janea Okoye, Director of Admissions, greeted students at the resource fair and shared information about the programs offered at Minnesota School of Business.
Sara Krugerud, Massage Therapy Program Chair, presented about careers in massage therapy in a break-out session. “The students seemed to be having a wonderful time,” she said. “They were very interactive with tons of great questions.”
Victoria Mucha, Paralegal Program Chair, presented in a break-out session on government and political careers.
Career Jam is sponsored by Twin Cities North Chamber of Commerce, and this is the 11th consecutive year the event has been held. This year, the event was held at Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis.