Join the Conversation
Search Minnesota School of Business Blogs
Our Weekly Newsletter!
Enter your email and select which Minnesota School of Business newsletters you'd like to receive.
Minnesota School of Business Blogs
Category Archives: St. Cloud Campus
Question: How do you take a wildly successful event like the Veterinary Technology Pet Wash at Minnesota School of Business and make it even better? Answer: Increase senior student mentoring and tie the event to a cause near and dear … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud embraced its seventh annual “We Care” Community Service Day with gusto this spring by volunteering at four sites in three different cities, moving nearly 20 tons of rock, planting seven trees, entertaining and educating a … Continue reading
Sometimes the place where you start from determines where you go—for better or worse. As a waitress and bartender, Alicen Himmelspach had come to a point in her life where she knew she wanted something more for herself, but she … Continue reading
The best kept secrets for success in vet tech schools are well known truths to Veterinary Technology Executive Program Chair, Holly Gazett. Gazett oversees and mentors five vet tech program chairs at Minnesota School of Business (MSB) as well as her … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud (MSB) is offering free professional education and training on campus Friday, May 17, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event represents the college’s Community Service Day, which takes place annually in the month … Continue reading
Jill Herchenhahn knew two things when she graduated as a Certified Massage Therapist from Minnesota School of Business – St. Cloud in 2009. She wanted to open her own business, and she wanted to do it without going into debt. … Continue reading
When CentraCare Health System sponsored its 12th Annual Women’s Health 101 exposition this spring, medical assistant associate degree students from Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud (MSB) were on hand to provide free blood pressure checks and education to nearly 500 … Continue reading
Mamadi Toure’s road to college success has been long, winding and anything but conventional. A March graduate with an associate degree in business administration from Minnesota School of Business, Mamadi is now studying for his bachelor’s degree. “It [the bachelor’s … Continue reading
Every college student must face it sometime. It, of course, is the notorious research paper. Before starting your next paper, realize that the things you shouldn’t do might be the best guide for achieving your next “A.” 1. Don’t Procrastinate. … Continue reading
It is inevitable in the wake of recent headlines not to think about our own safety at school and in the workplace. Community Service Officer Alicia Mages of the Waite Park Police Department recently spoke to staff and students at … Continue reading