What MPR’s news story about Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business didn’t tell its readers.

Posted by on September 18, 2012

What MPR’s news story about Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business didn’t tell its readers. – Carol Roos, Campus Librarian

As a librarian within this system I am extremely proud of the education and support
that our students receive. The Globe/Minnesota School of Business education
system prides itself in employing faculty members who not only hold advanced
degrees, but also have relevant work experience in their fields.  Faculty members help students prepare for their career field.   What has always amazed me about the system is
how graduates can count on the Career Service department of their school to
help them find jobs after they have graduated.

Interactive Media and Graphic Design Graduate, Maria Castellon receives her diploma. Maria is working in her field thanks to the support she received from the MSB-Richfield Career Services Team.

At Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business, students take a Career Capstone course at the end of their programs. This course helps students learn how to write resumes, prepare for interviews, and search for employment.  As the librarian, I go into Career Capstone class and further support students with gainful employment.

Globe/MSB’s Career Services department has strict employment guidelines step up by its
accreditation agency, ACICS.   Globe placement rates vary by campus.  However,
the campus I work at Richfield Minnesota School of Business has placed 71.7% of
its graduates from July 2011 to June 2012.

A recent survey by Rutgers University, found only 3 in 10 high school graduates are employed full time, compared to college graduates who are employed at nearly twice that rate”.   Globe/Minnesota School of Business are helping hone students to become
college graduates!  If you are interested in reading the study results from Rutgers University, you can find a PDF of its results at: http://www.heldrich.rutgers.edu/sites/default/files/content/Left_Out_Forgotten_Work_Trends_June_2012.pdf

Thank you for your Interest in Minnesota School of Business.