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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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MSB-Online Staff Takes a Break to Help End Hunger in Minnesota

The Minnesota School of Business-Online takes education seriously. But another, lesser known cause we also take very seriously is our ability, as a staff, to serve our communities through volunteerism. Collectively, the Minnesota School of Business and Globe University have about 1,500 employees, so the impact we can make in just one day of service
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Customer Service Skills Brings Life to Ultimate Dinosaur Exhibit at Science Museum of Minnesota

If you grew up in Minnesota, chances are you’ve visited the Science Museum of Minnesota at one point or another in your lifetime. The trip to one of the most iconic museums in Minnesota is a tradition for many children, families and schools throughout the state. However, visiting the museum as an adult creates an
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Blankets, Booties, Diapers and More: One Student Bundles Love for Babies

Giving back to our community is something the staff and faculty at the Shakopee campus of Minnesota School of Business (MSB) take pride in. Our students also exemplify our “We Care” philosophy by completing volunteer and applied learning projects with organizations nearby. For Nicolette Koehler, a medical assistant degree student, it was the local nonprofit
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Feeding Children Around the World: Our Partnership Continues

The importance of giving back to our local, national and even global community is something Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville practices year-round. The Lakeville campus has several community partnerships with local nonprofits and other community organizations that allow our students to assist in important philanthropic efforts and, through applied learning projects, learn skills relevant to their
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What Giving Back Means: Student Helps Feed Hungry Children Around the Globe

Each quarter, students in Jay Moore’s Global Citizenship class at Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee learn valuable lessons about the importance of giving back. To reinforce that learning, they go out intotheir local community to directly aid in charitable causes of their choice. Dan Wilkie, a sales and marketing degree student, focused his efforts on volunteering
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Breaking Barriers 365 Days a Year: One Student’s Story

Jeremiah Sampah, business management degree student, is in his second quarter at Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee. Although his career emphasis is finance, he has a passion for helping others in need. That passion is what led Jeremiah to volunteer with People Serving People, a nonprofit organization whose mission is “to serve homeless children and their families and
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Sales & Marketing Student Says: “Yes ICAN”, And So Can You!

Tony Shore, a sales and marketing student at Minnesota School of Business Online, discovered that his skill set along with the information that he learned in his Customer Service class could benefit an organization doing great work for children.  Tony chose ICAN (International Child Advocacy Network) as a place for his Applied Learning project.   
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Building the Community Through Family Pathways Opens Eyes to Local Needs

No matter who you are, you really can make a difference in the lives of others. This was just one of the lessons Global Citizenship students from Minnesota School of Business in Blaine took away from their work with Family Pathways. Family Pathways is a non-profit organization that provides aid, support, and resources for families, adults, senior
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