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Use Facebook to Stay Connected to MSB-Blaine!

At Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, we use social media to reach out to our community.  You’ve seen the MSB blog posts that are highlighted in emails.  We use LinkedIn to post articles and add discussions at Globe University/Minnesota School of Business Alumni & Career Resources Group. We also use the Minnesota School of Business –
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How to Effectively Add Volunteerism to Your LinkedIn Profile

Whether it’s tutoring a friends or classmates in school, or spending your spare time helping out with a local organization, we’ve all volunteered at some point in time. Volunteering regularly in an area related to your academic program or with a professional organization can show you are involved in your career field and your community.
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MSB-Blaine Staff Spotlight: Paul Pederson, Information Technology Program Chair

For the past several years, Paul Pederson has worked for Minnesota School of Business-Blaine (MSB) as an adjunct instructor, teaching various courses within the information technology program. Very recently, Paul accepted the position of information technology program chair, which oversees the database, computer literacy, software development, networking, and information technology classes we offer at MSB-Blaine. It’s
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MSB-Blaine Staff Spotlight: Mary Thury, DVM

Dr. Mary Thury serves as the resident veterinarian for Minnesota School of Business-Blaine (MSB). I wanted to know more about Dr. Thury, so I did what anyone would do … I asked her! Read on to learn more about our new resident veterinarian (her guilty pleasure is my favorite!). Tell me about your educational and professional
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MSB Class Provides Business Plan to Area Wellness Company

Written by Dave Erickson, business instructor The Small Business Management class at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine on Dec. 15 delivered a promised business plan to LoAnn Madden, the owner of Thrive for Wellness, whose small business strives to provide weight-loss techniques, coaching and nutritional counseling to clients in the north metro area.  Focusing on green products,
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Vet Tech Students at Kindest Cut: A Follow-Up… Sort Of

Have you ever told someone that you would do something next month and then forgot about it until 4 months later? Well, I did just that. I wrote a blog in August about Vet Tech students working with Kindest Cut, with the intention of re-visiting the story in September with a follow-up post. As it
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Legal Terminology Students Visit Supreme Court

Paralegal program chair Kofi Montzka is a believer in the power that field trips have to supplement classroom learning. Kofi instructs a legal terminology course at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine and took her students to the Minnesota Supreme Court to attend a hearing about a man who murdered his two-year-old niece. Prior to attending, students studied
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Small Business Expo Connects Students with Business Owners for 4th Consecutive Year

For the 4th consecutive year, Minnesota School of Business-Blaine welcomed local small businesses to showcase products and services at the on-campus Small Business Expo. Expo participants (listed below) offered samples of products to try out and/or purchase as well as information about services they offer. Business owners also talked with students about the benefits and
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What Do College Students, Second Graders and Financial Literacy Have in Common?

The answer is… Junior Achievement! For their applied learning project, students in Julie Kresh’s professional communication class at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine are working with second graders at Turtle Lake Elementary School to teach them about financial literacy. More specifically, they are teaching them about these five topics: owning a business, hiring workers, products and services, how people
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Paralegal Program Graduate Spotlight: Sam Stevens

We recently spoke with Sam Stevens, Minnesota School of Business-Blaine (MSB) paralegal program graduate, about her education and current position at Brooks, Cameron and Huebsch, PLLC. Sam gives some great advice to prospective college students. Why did you choose to go to school at MSB? I chose MSB because of the small class sizes and the ability
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