Tag Archives: Success Story

Self Esteem Fair at the Boys and Girls Club of Rochester

S.T.R.O.N.G  Fair  — Self-Esteem Fair at the Boys and Girls Club of Rochester Rochester, MN – September 27, 2012 –  During Early Fall 2012 Quarter, a Global Citizenship Class (SS103.RO1) decided to address the issue of building self-esteem among children by planning a fair called S.T.R.O.N.G. (Stand Tall, Reach Out, Never Give-Up) for children and
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National Night Out at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester

                  Rochester, MN – August 7th, 2012 –   Minnesota School of Business-Rochester campus held its 4th annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7th.  The night was a great opportunity for the Rochester community to get to know MSB-Rochester and what our campus has to offer. Campus
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IT Students Redesign National Kidney Foundation Website

Minnesota School of Business, Blaine campus’s User Interface Design class worked with National Kidney Foundation (NKF) to redesign the organization’s website, creating a more easily managed registration system for users. This project gave students practical experience working with a real client to improve an aspect of a business. NKF is a nonprofit health organization that
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Community Service Day at Minnesota School of Business – Rochester

Community Service Day at Minnesota School of Business – Rochester Rochester, MN – April 24, 2012 –  The Minnesota School of Business-Rochester will be holding a Community Service Education Day on Friday, May 18th, from 1pm – 5pm on campus. The idea behind the event is to engage the Rochester community by bringing various public,
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Medical Assistant Students Educate and Perform Blood Pressure Checks at YMCA

Medical Assistant students from Minnesota School of Business in Blaine provided free blood pressure checks and educational materials for guests at the YMCA in Lino Lakes. This opportunity gave students experience checking blood pressures and communicating with a variety of individuals from the community, something they will do daily as medical assistants. This activity was
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Veterinary Technology Preview Day at Minnesota School of Business – Rochester

  Rochester, MN – March 9, 2012 –   The Veterinary Technology program at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester gave high school students from around the south eastern Minnesota area the opportunity to experience the Vet Tech program first hand. Amy Doherty, program chair for the Veterinary Technology Program, briefed students on the day’s events, which included:
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Matt Vitek Competing in Baltimore for Valene Smith Prize

Rochester, MN – February  17, 2012 –   Matt Vitek submitted an abstract for Society of Applied Anthropology in which he proposed the idea of medical tourism for the Rochester, MN community.  The idea was generated by Matt who has worked closely with his hospitality instructor Allan Witz.  As many of you may know, Rochester is
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Minnesota School of Business – Rochester I.T. Students work with IBM Alumni Club to Improve Website

      Rochester, MN – January 24, 2012 –   The Rochester IBM Alumni Club approached MSB-Rochester in an effort to upgrade their website.  The project was divided into two sections.  First students were asked to create a traditional database design, secondly, they needed to develop a “Groups Section” where the visible front-end aspects of
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Annual Festival of Trees Event Brings MSB Rochester Programs Together

Annual Festival of Trees Event Brings MSB – Rochester Programs Together Rochester, MN – December 10, 2011 MSB-Rochester participated in Hiawatha Homes annual fundraiser, “The Festival of Trees.”  The five day event ran from Nov. 22 through Nov.27 at the Mayo Civic Center. Christmas trees were decorated and sold at auction for businesses to use
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Hard Topic Goes Over Smooth at Local High School

Service Learning puts the Students into the Role of Being the Teacher At Farmington High School, students are being taught by other students about sexually transmitted diseases. This topic is not the easiest thing to teach because of the subject matter, especially in a high school setting.   Medical assisting (MA) students stepped up to
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