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Before the United States even knew what exactly was happening at the Boston Marathon, medical assistant students at Minnesota School of Business-Elk River were already brainstorming possible fundraiser ideas for the victims. “We were already planning on doing a pizza … Continue reading
Boguslawa Rychtarczyk’s passion was always helping others. After being laid off from a position while in her 40s, she decided to attend Minnesota School of Business, and finally act upon her lifetime dream to become a medical assistant. Growing up … Continue reading
The Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth campus (MSB) celebrated its 40th graduating class on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, at the Sheraton Minneapolis West in Minnetonka, Minn. Fall quarter graduates received their hard-earned degrees in front of peers, staff, family and friends. … Continue reading
The Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth will hold its fall quarter graduation ceremony for its 40th graduating class on Thursday, Jan. 3 at 7 p.m. at the Sheraton-Minneapolis West Hotel in Minnetonka, Minn. Globe University-Woodbury Business Program Chair Allison Broeren will … Continue reading
In what continues to be a tough economy, you probably know someone who is unemployed, searching and struggling, desperate to find a job. Chances are, however, that person is not a medical assistant. That’s because medical assisting is a booming … Continue reading
If you ask the campus director at Minnesota School of Business in Elk River what her favorite event of the quarter is, 9 out of 10 times she will say graduation. “Graduation is one of the best days because we … Continue reading
Every quarter, two Minnesota School of Business-Rochester students are selected amongst dozens of other qualified nominees for service-learning awards. Selecting the winners is a rigorous process that requires recipients to demonstrate outstanding commitment to completing a unique project — … Continue reading
Minnesota School of Business-Moorhead medical assistant students and staff members spent an afternoon volunteering for an important preventative health care event in north Fargo. The group participated in the annual Kidney Early Intervention Program (KEEP), screening those who may be at risk for kidney … Continue reading
Alex Liu’s journey to Minnesota School of Business (MSB) covered many miles. He grew up in Paraguay and moved to the United States in 2004 as an exchange student. After overcoming a language barrier, Liu graduated from high school and completed a … Continue reading
For students considering careers as a nurse, medical assistant or nursing assistant, Faye Uppman, industry expert and dean of nursing programs at Globe University, summarizes the differences in these career choices. Click here: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/6/prweb9609892.htm For information on the Medical Assistant … Continue reading