Monthly Archives: November 2016

Globe University-La Crosse Vet Tech Students Attend WVTA Convention

On Oct. 14, 2016, seven Veterinary Technology students and staff from Globe University-La Crosse attended the Wisconsin Veterinary Technician Association (WVTA) Convention. The convention was held for three days at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin, and was held by the WVTA, a nonprofit organization made up of veterinary technicians and a health care
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We Help Connect Employers with Qualified Job & Internship Candidates

Minnesota School of Business and Globe University offers services beyond the classroom when it comes to preparing for a new career. All of our students are entitled to ongoing career assistance – whether they are just starting out their job hunt or transitioning careers. Students can take advantage of this service anytime, no matter when
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Family says Massage Therapy Benefits Son’s Rare Genetic Disorder

The family of a teen diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder says massage therapy has truly benefited their son. Chris was diagnosed with Type III Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). It is a genetic disorder that characterized by bones that break easily, often from little or no apparent cause. Globe University-Woodbury massage therapy student Heather Rasmussen treated Chris with
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MSB Blaine’s Annual Career Fair was a Big Success

This year’s annual career fair at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine was a big success. There were 18 employers representing all of the programs offered on campus. The event was advertised on LinkedIn and Facebook and drew a number of alumni and members of the community. Students, graduates, and the public were able to network with
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GU-Appleton Staff, Vet Tech Student Raise Awareness of Addiction

Drug use, alcohol abuse and addiction are a concern that hits close to home for many Wisconsin residents. In 2010, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported that 512 Wisconsin residents died as a direct consequence of illicit drug use. Wisconsin’s number of substance-related deaths has exceeded 500 during four of the past five years.
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Nursing Students Volunteer at American Diabetes Association EXPO

Minnesota School of Business-Richfield nursing students spent a Saturday volunteering for the American Diabetes Association EXPO held at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The students worked several different booths at the event and provided much-needed education to children and adults. Some of the booths that they volunteered at included the kid zone with a bouncy house,
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