Category Archives: Moorhead Campus

Vet Tech Students Work with Wolves at Red River Zoo

Don’t worry, Three Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood, the veterinarian technology students at Globe University-Moorhead have your back. In May of 2016, 11 Globe University –Moorhead veterinary technician students had the hands-on opportunity of a lifetime. They were able to assist in four neuters of four large adult male wolves. Over the last eight
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Linkedin Tips for Business Administration Majors and Professionals

Today’s business professionals must leverage social media and online platforms in order to remain competitive in the business world. Yet sometimes knowing how to do so is challenging. If you are a business administrative graduate or professional, LinkedIn can be one of your most powerful tools. Here are some networking tips to help you use
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Will a Paralegal Degree Get This Student into Law School?

When Jessica Knudson began studying at Globe University-Moorhead, her goal was to get her Associate in Applied Science degree in Paralegal Studies.  Jessica was focused on getting in, getting out and getting a job.   Personally, she was nervous about school as her prior collegiate experience ended several years ago.  Once she started studying, however, she
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Paralegal Students as Website Gurus?

Students in the paralegal club at Minnesota School of Business-Moorhead have attended many events held by the Red River Valley Paralegal Association (RRVPA) to learn more about the paralegal field and network with professionals. However, they noticed that the organization’s website needed some work. The paralegal club  has taken on several extra projects since the group was
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Minnesota School of Business Campus Passed The ‘Purple Purse’

The Minnesota School of Business Moorhead Campus helped raise awareness on campus and in the community during Domestic Violence Awareness Month by passing a “purple purse” around campus to benefit the YWCA Cass-Clay. Domestic Violence affects one in four women in their life and strikes more than 145 times each hour in the U.S. To
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Trunk or Treat Draws A Crowd In Moorhead

The Minnesota School of Business in Moorhead held its second annual ‘Trunk or Treat’ event in the campus parking lot on Halloween, inviting people from across the communities of Fargo, Moorhead, and West Fargo to participate. The two-and-a-half hour event brought dozens of children to campus to meet staff members, faculty members, and students. Almost twenty
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Paralegal Graduate Makes A Name For Herself In Only 16 Minutes

In searching the internet for tasks that take approximately 16 minutes, several solutions appear that might occupy any given day, including downloading an app for an iPhone, preparing a healthy meal, or tidying up your desk. Although many of those tasks are necessary, it pales in comparison to how Lane Kowitz, a Minnesota School of Business-Moorhead paralegal
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A Look Back at Minnesota School of Business 60 Years Ago

Minnesota School of Business started back in 1877 in a three-room school house in Minneapolis and has grown, with its sister schools Globe University and Broadview University, to include almost 30 campuses in five different states. Over the years, the mission of the college has remained the same with the goal to give students the necessary skills to
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Medical Assistant Graduate Uses Skills In Career

Alex Liu’s journey to Minnesota School of Business (MSB) covered many miles. He grew up in Paraguay and moved to the United States in 2004 as an exchange student. After overcoming a language barrier, Liu graduated from high school and completed a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration. But Liu recognized he wanted a more hands-on career and decided to enroll
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Veterinary Technology Student Featured In Home & Living Magazine

Veterinary Technology student Jill Guttormson spent over ten years in retail sales before realizing it just wasn’t her passion anymore. She wanted something different and always loved helping animals. After giving it some thought, she decided to invest in her future and enroll in the veterinary technology program at the Minnesota School of Business in Moorhead. She
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