Tag Archives: Aldina Korman

From Refugee to Citizen: ‘I Now Understand the American Dream’

Tuesday, June 26, 2013, will forever be a day that Aldina Korman, administrative assistant at Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center, will remember: the day she was sworn in as an official citizen of the United States of America. Korman was born in 1989 in Prozor, Bosnia, and lived there until 1999.  When she was three
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Gyros and The Who: Staffers Reveal Their Favorites

With a new quarter comes a new opportunity to share with our readers information about two of our wonderful staff members at Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center campus.  It is our pleasure to introduce you to Aldina Korman, administrative assistant, and Michael Zdychnec, executive chair of the health care management programs. Meet Aldina Korman Aldina
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Brooklyn Center Warriors!

On Saturday, September 8, nine fearless, brave MSB-BC staff and faculty members headed to Hugo, MN, to compete in the Warrior Dash.  The Warrior Dash is a 5k race that includes 12 obstacles throughout the course.  It is a true test of endurance and strength as well as a willingness to get muddy! The team included:
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Finding Monetary Support Through Student Events

Any time an individual or group wants to start an organization, there is a likelihood that the organization will need start-up funds.  BC’s Closet, a non-profit organization in the works at the Brooklyn Center Campus, is no different.  In brainstorming ways to find these funds, suggestions were made to hold various fundraisers during student events. The
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From 6 to 96

  On Friday, May 18, Minnesota School of Business – Brooklyn Center, participated in the 6th annual Globe Education Network Community Service Day. MSB-BC chose to do two events throughout the course of the day. The first event focused on giving back to the community in a traditional way by volunteering at Champlin-Brooklyn Park Academy.
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Full Bellies for BC Students

On Thursday, April 26, the Brooklyn Center campus held its first “Full Bellies 4 Full Time Students” event.  The Education department is constantly trying to show students the importance and benefit of taking more classes, so Andrew Kagol, Associate Director of Career Services, came up with the idea to entice students with food in exchange
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