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Category Archives: Health Care Management
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
Kisha Triplett graduated from Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center on Friday, March 22, 2013, with a bachelor’s degree in health care management. Triplett was one of the graduate speakers at the ceremony and spoke to the audience about the curveballs … Continue reading
Chad Marek graduated from Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center on Friday, March 22, 2013, with perfect attendance, honors, and a bachelor’s degree in health care management. Marek spoke at the ceremony about his time in school, and he gave his … Continue reading
Let’s just face the facts: college is expensive. Of course, statistics show that a college degree is an investment that will pay off in the long run. While there may be no way of getting around the large price tag … Continue reading
A report from the Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation states that the purpose of our public health care system is “protecting the public’s health from diseases, disasters and bio terrorism.” We are currently in the … Continue reading
It is that time of the quarter again at Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center when we highlight our first featured student of the quarter. Students are nominated by staff and faculty as individuals who have shown extra effort in and out … Continue reading
Considering a career in health care? There are plenty of reasons why you might be: there are lots of jobs, it pays well, and it offers flexible hours. Minnesota School of Business-Richfield offers a number of programs in the health … Continue reading
There is no magic potion or secret code to uncover the answer to the age-old question, “How do I get hired?” To be honest, getting hired in any industry involves a lot of hard work. Kellie Colberg, Employment Coordinator at … Continue reading
Get your flu shot!!! Health care managers are seeing an early start to the flu season this year and their advice is to get the vaccine now. It is recommended that everyone 6 months of age and older gets a … Continue reading
Have you ever come across a building or business in the community you live in and wonder how long it has been there or why you have never heard of it? In the city of Brooklyn Center, Earle Brown Terrace … Continue reading