Monthly Archives: October 2015

MSB-Blaine SCNAVTA Group Assists at RAGOM’s Goldzilla Event in Their 40th Year

On Sunday, September 13, members of the SCNAVTA (Student Chapter of National Veterinary Technicians in America) group at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine participated in RAGOM’s (Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota) Goldzilla event. Under the supervision of Kelly Noyes, CVT, SCNAVTA Advisor, and veterinary technology program instructor, SCNAVTA students Brittany Rivera, Ashlie Kerr, Kelly Xiong, Melanie
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Vet Tech Student has Message for Others as She Turns Tragedy into Triumph

Like many college students, Tara Leonard was scared and unsure of her future when she started at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester (MSB) in the fall of 2012. She was in her late 30s, a single mother of two, working both a full-time and part-time job. But little did she know her biggest challenge was still
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Students Provide Relief Through Donations and Massage at Breaking Free

Human trafficking is the fastest growing black market crime on the planet, second only to drug dealing. It generates an estimated $32 billion dollars per year, according to the United Nations. (Breaking Free, 2015) This is such an alarming statistic and so eye-opening to instructor, Jennifer Youngs, and her massage therapy students that they decided
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MSB Students Teach Kids About Germs Through Play

What comes to mind when you think of the word “germs”? Many of us think of creepy crawling microscopic bugs that can make us sick. Many also just assume that they are everywhere and they are difficult to contain. In order to address common germ concerns, medical assistant students in Dawn Bunn’s Microbiology class at
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MSB-Plymouth Student Honored with TwinWest Career Path Scholarship

“People tend to center their lives around their biggest problem. But that gets you nowhere. Instead, you need to stay focused on your plan.” Wise advice from Minnesota School of Business student, Jong Wong. That mindset is what helped earn him the TwinWest Chamber of Commerce’s Career Path Scholarship. Wong and 23 other local adult
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