One of our favorite things about ringing in a New Year is that it allows us to sit back and reflect on the highlights of the last year. As you’ve all probably noticed by now, most of your news sources and social media channels are being filled with countdowns, mashups, and lists galore.
So, Minnesota School of Business-Online thought we’d get into the spirit of things by creating a list of our top 5 moments in the Online division during 2013.
We ran the numbers, and here are the stories YOU found the most interesting over the past year:
“The health care management student’s collection efforts ended last week, but the lasting effects of her efforts will be felt at the HOPE lodge for months to come. All-in-all Tina was able to collect $12,345.51.”
“Bryan Benjamin graduated from Minnesota School of Business-Online in the Master of Business Administration degree program in March of 2009. Since earning his degree, he’s been busy with his career in engineering, helping his wife create a website of her own, and, of course, taking full advantage of any free time he can find.”
“Domestic abuse is a topic that has garnered significant media attention over the past year. With a staggering number of women who are suspected missing or dead as a result of domestic violence, it’s time we stand up and take notice. So, that’s exactly what Minnesota School of Business online accounting degree student, Jody Walker, did.”
“The Online Student Expectations module provides key elements for success in online courses: the online learning environment; academic dishonesty and how to avoid it; how to complete assignments, discussion boards and tests; how to achieve perfect attendance…and more!”
“Tony Shore, a sales and marketing student at MSB-Online, discovered that his skill set, along with the information that he learned in his Customer Service class, could benefit an organization doing great work for children.”
So there you have it folks. The best of the best in Minnesota School of Business-Online stories from 2013. What type of stories would you like us to cover in 2014? Leave your suggestions in the comment section below or on our Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/msbcollege .