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Business Students Excel at DECA State Competition

According to the Minnesota Collegiate DECA’s website, “Collegiate DECA is a student driven organization that values competence, innovation, integrity and teamwork.”  The organization’s “…programs assist in developing academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, experienced leaders.” Recently, Minnesota School of Business-Elk River (MSB) celebrated the victories of two business students, Allisa Alleman and David Harvey, at the
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What to Do in Minnesota This Summer

With the weather in Minnesota finally starting to warm up, students, faculty and staff at Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee are starting to look for ways to get over their cabin fever and are longing for some fun and relaxing summer activities. From lakes to golf courses, amusement parks to zoos, Minnesotans seem to head out
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Classroom Therapy Cures Mental Health Therapist

Ken Sell, adjunct faculty member and previous practicing mental health professional, agreed to let me turn the tables on him by asking him all the questions. As one of the most popular instructors at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester, sharing what he has to say could be therapeutic to all readers. Due to Ken’s gift of
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Early Fall Quarter Begins July 16, 2012

Need a career change or want to attend a career college?  Early Fall Quarter is just a few weeks away.  Quarter begins July 16, 2012.  Contact Jeff Mohlke if you are interested and he can set you on the right career path. Jeff Mohlke Admissions Representative Rochester Campus Minnesota School of Business jmohlke@msbcollge.edu Direct:  507-535-8103
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Do You Know What District You Live in?

The recent redistricting of house and senate lines in Minnesota along with an early primary date makes the upcoming election a confusing one for many voters. A large majority of the state has had it’s district lines re-drawn, which has left 15 House and 8 Senate seats without incumbents, several legislators pushed into new districts
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