Tag Archives: Information Technology

Is Information Technology the Right Fit for Me?

Globe University – Woodbury Information Technology (IT) Program Chair, Tunji Akanbi, has been teaching IT with Globe for the past eight years. Prior to teaching, he worked as a web developer and is fluent in the following web development languages HTML 5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP & SQL. “I have always been fascinated by computers and how
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LinkedIn Tips for IT Professionals

As you enter the job market in search of IT jobs, you may find yourself a little dazzled by all of the options out there. How can you position yourself to be found by recruiters offering information technology jobs? One tool that should be in your tool belt as you start the search is LinkedIn.
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Coding Bootcamps 101

Even a cursory understanding of programming and web design can pay dividends in the workforce, but an in-depth understanding of these concepts is key to landing a lucrative job in software development. Coding boot camps supply this in-depth knowledge by placing students in an immersive and very focused learning environment. Upon completion, students emerge with
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Minnesota School of Business Students Receive High Accolades at DECA Conference

Minnesota School of Business – Blaine students left the MN Collegiate DECA Career Development Conference on Feb. 18-19 with an incredible feeling of not only accomplishment but the powerful feeling that they have chosen the best career path for their skills. This year’s competition marks the seventh year in a row that 100% of MSB-Blaine’s competitors
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MSB Students Brace Themselves for Website Redesign

By Richard S. Grossman, Internet Marketing Program Chair  Minnesota School of Business Students Brace Themselves for Applied Learning Project with Global Leader in Ankle Protection Visionary educator Sir Kenneth Robinson stated, “Collaboration is the stuff of growth.” A select group of talented Minnesota School of Business-Richfield students discovered the truth of those words firsthand during
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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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How to Keep Your Information Safe on Your Mobile Devices

Students taking classes with Susan Furtney, information technology program chair at Minnesota School of Business–Lakeville, know the importance of keeping their information protected on mobile devices. The students put together the following tips and tricks to keep personal information secure and private on mobile devices. Use a voicemail password. Turn off Near Field Communication (NFC) in
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MSB-Blaine IT Students Configure Computers at Micro Center

Minnesota School of Business-Blaine information technology students recently had the chance to configure computer systems from the circuit board up during a field trip for their Computer Essentials class with John Daley. The field trip was conducted at Micro Center in St. Louis Park. The company offers computer products, services and repair. Daley, information technology program
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Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence Through Service Learning

Students enrolled at the Minnesota School of Business can expect to complete a service learning project at some point during their education. Its stories like the one I’m about to share that leave the biggest impact on our student’s communities and our students themselves. The purpose of our service learning model is to encourage our
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Meet MSB-Richfield’s ProCommPress

Written by the Professional Communications I class To give students at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) a voice and to partner with Maija Jaaska, MSB community manager, to write a blog as part of their applied learning project, Carol Jaeger’s Professional Communications I class created the ProCommPress. Team leader, David Unruh, exercised his sunny yellow
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