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Meet the Admissions Staff at Minnesota School of Business – Blaine

We have a unique bunch in our admissions department at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, and they have one very important thing in common… they care about student success. Shaun Lis: “If my background in sports has taught me anything, it’s the importance of setting goals and working as a team to achieve them. I believe
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MSB – Rochester: Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Small class sizes, night classes and an easy-going atmosphere are just a few things that made Minnesota School of Business stand out from other colleges for Morgan Howard. Besides taking her best friend’s word that MSB-Rochester was an “excellent school”, Howard said she liked the fact that the school would work around her full-time job with
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MSB – Rochester Accounting Student Counts Job Offers Before Graduation

For Logan Everson, going back to school needed to fit his lifestyle and help him achieve his goals. He decided to go back to school to get his bachelor’s degree after changing his mind about his career path. Everson initially wanted to own a bar since his parents successfully ran once since 1997. He said as he
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MSB-Blaine Welcomes 20 Employers to the Fall Career Fair

Each fall, Minnesota School of Business-Blaine hosts an on-campus career fair for students and graduates to meet with potential employers. It is also open to the public. The event provides attendees professional networking opportunities with area employers representing all the programs we offer. Within the two-hour event, several interviews were scheduled, many connections were made, and
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MSB-Blaine SCNAVTA Group Assists at RAGOM’s Goldzilla Event in Their 40th Year

On Sunday, September 13, members of the SCNAVTA (Student Chapter of National Veterinary Technicians in America) group at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine participated in RAGOM’s (Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota) Goldzilla event. Under the supervision of Kelly Noyes, CVT, SCNAVTA Advisor, and veterinary technology program instructor, SCNAVTA students Brittany Rivera, Ashlie Kerr, Kelly Xiong, Melanie
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MSB-Blaine Pays It Forward in the Local Community

On Friday, September 11, staff and faculty members of Minnesota School of Business-Blaine spent the afternoon doing random acts of kindness in their local community. The team building event had some simple rules to follow: The teams (there were three) had to stay together, each act needed to be photographed, all the money (each team
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Vet Tech Students Help Local Humane Society at Walk for Animals

Minnesota School of Business-Blaine sent four veterinary technology program students to Northwoods Humane Society to help out at the Walk for Animals. The Walk for Animals is an annual fundraiser for the local Humane Society. The students, Danielle Young, Ann Kitchell, Ashley Kerr and Brittney Rivera, assisted at the event as part of their applied
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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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The Career Fair You Can’t Afford to Miss

The Minnesota School of Business-Online, in conjunction with our residential campus Minnesota School of Business-Richfield, are proud to be hosting the career fair you can’t afford to miss. Each year our campuses partner up to welcome members of the community and our students to join us, and 19 of our favorite employers, for an intimate
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Secrets to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile – for College Students

With more than 200 million members and 86 percent of Fortune 100 companies utilizing the corporate talent solutions function, LinkedIn is a powerful networking and job hunting tool—no one can deny that.  However, like many things in life, you only get out of your LinkedIn profile what you put into it.  This is a concept
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