Tag Archives: Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville

MSB – Lakeville Students Learn the Value and Power of Networking

Students in Mary Meisner’s Career Capstone class have the opportunity to attend a networking event and learn firsthand the value in making professional connections.  Recently, Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville student Abigail Flodin attended a networking event and made exciting career connections.  The networking event, called Master Networks, is a weekly event held at the Lakeville
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Connect with MSB-Lakeville’s Administration Team

The Lakeville campus of Minnesota School of Business has been taking the time to meet with students and really connect with them on what matters.  The administration team, which includes campus director Jennifer Pullin, associate dean of faculty Joel Bisser and associate dean of students Lisa Folch, has been making every effort to connect with students
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MSB Lakeville Students Hold Bake Sale to Help Young Cancer Patient

Recently, Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville students in Lisa Folch’s Applied Ethics class held a bake sale as part of a charity drive for a local youth struggling with a cancer diagnosis.  The students contributed a plethora of baked goods to the cause and manned the table in the front lobby area of the MSB-Lakeville campus throughout
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New on the MSB Lakeville Campus: Shane McSparron

MSB Lakeville recently welcomed a new addition to their staff: Shane McSparron, a new admissions representative.  Shane joined the campus a few weeks ago and brings with him a wealth of experience from his own background as well as a positive personality and a willingness to help students achieve their goals. Prior to joining the
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MSB Lakeville Students Explore Minnehaha Falls

Jay Moore’s Environmental Issues class at Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville recently took a trip to Minnehaha Falls Park in Minneapolis to put the concepts learned in class into practice.  The class met at the park on August 3rd to explore the waterfalls, the surrounding park, and see firsthand the natural environment they’ve been learning about
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Staff Spotlight: Amy Harms Hoad

Amy Harms Hoad is currently an adjunct instructor for the Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville Campus, and this quarter, she’s teaching Professional Communications I.  Because she’s a general education instructor, she has the excellent opportunity to meet and interact with a wide variety of students from a diverse array of programs.  Harms Hoad’s unique
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MSB Student Spotlight: Calinn Green

Calinn Green’s journey attending school in the business program at Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville is uniquely her own. After attending school in Wisconsin for a while, Calinn joined the military and was deployed to Afghanistan twice.  When she returned to the states, she moved to Minnesota, started classes at the Art Institute International of
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Business Students Learn Management Soft Skills at Costco

By Lisa Folch, Business Program Chair Students in Introduction to Business had the opportunity to tour Costco Wholesale in Burnsville and sit for a discussion with its management. Both the assistant general manager, John, and the merchandising manager, Suzanne, took time out of their busy schedules to answer questions from the students. One of the first
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MSB Student Spotlight: Army Vet Enters IT World

By Douglas Ahlman and Joel Bisser While serving in the Army in Iraq, Douglas Ahlman knew he wanted to attend college when he returned. “I actually chose my program while I was deployed to Iraq. It was a stressful time and place. I promised myself that when I left the military, I was going to
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Student Spotlight: Business Administration Student Turns Internship Into Job

Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville (MSB) student Melissa Shelton worked as a hairstylist for the past 12 years and has a lot of experience working in the business field, but she wanted to explore options outside of the hair industry. Her husband owns the Pizza Man in Eagan, and one day she realized that going back to
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