Monthly Archives: January 2016

MSB – Plymouth Sees Growing Number of Men in Massage Therapy

The Minnesota School of Business – Plymouth campus has seen a recent increase in the number of male massage therapy students. A little over one-third of our massage students are men. Many of these men are looking for careers that are the direct opposite from the types of jobs they have had in the past which include military,
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MSB – Rochester: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Small class sizes, night classes and an easy-going atmosphere are just a few things that made Minnesota School of Business stand out from other colleges for Morgan Howard. Besides taking her best friend’s word that MSB-Rochester was an “excellent school”, Howard said she liked the fact that the school would work around her full-time job with
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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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MSB – Richfield Blood Drive: Top 3 Reasons to Donate

Each quarter the Minnesota School of Business-Richfield partners with Memorial Blood Centers to host a blood drive open to students, staff/faculty and the community. The next campus blood drive is Tuesday, January 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Click here to schedule your donation appointment today! “Partnering with organizations like Memorial Blood Centers to host blood
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Baby it’s Cold Outside: Tips to Avoid Frostbite and Hypothermia

Now that the extreme cold has arrived in the northern U.S. after a mild winter so far, doctors are warning about the potential for frostbite and hypothermia. Winter doesn’t usually slow down outdoor activity for most Midwesterners. However, those who are going to be outdoors when wind chills are below 20 or 30 degrees should keep in
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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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Staff at MSB – Rochester Helps Those in Need this Holiday Season

Minnesota School of Business Rochester takes the We Care mission very seriously, and it was evident this holiday season. The staff continued its annual tradition of ringing the bells at the Salvation Army red kettles in an effort to help raise money for those in need this holiday season. More than a dozen staff members
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