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It’s safe to say there are many teachers in the world who make a difference. They come in all shapes and sizes, expertise and specialties, and level and location. As National Teacher Appreciation Week winds down, we at Minnesota School … Continue reading
Staff and faculty at the Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center campus do their best to ensure that every graduate is fully prepared for the real world prior to graduation. Alicia Larson, medical assistant program chair, wanted to give her students … 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
With the flu season in full force, three medical assistant degree students from Minnesota School of Business visited a local preschool in hopes of teaching children how to properly wash their hands. This smart class of Patient Care Skills students … Continue reading
Acquiring critical skills, especially in the health care setting, is a must when human lives are on the line. This training is not gained simply by reading books and taking tests; practical application in real medical settings is a necessity … 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
When it comes to learning, faculty and students agree: what matters is the real thing. It’s the connection factor–having the classroom become the real world “out there.” Minnesota School of Business Service Learning Coordinator Nicole Rasmussen explains that what’s “phenomenal” … Continue reading
Twenty-three students from Highview Alternative Learning Center in Golden Valley, Minn., visited the Minnesota School of Business–Brooklyn Centercampus on Tuesday, Nov. 27, to learn what types of opportunities possibly await them after graduation. John Liebrenz and Andrew Linaman, admissions representatives, … Continue reading
The Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB) campus welcomed another member to its faculty recently. Jessie Mcdole was tabbed as the new program chair of the medical assisting program in late October. Mcdole brings a wealth of experience to the position, … Continue reading
During the Early Fall 2012 quarter, medical assistant students at the Minnesota School of Business Brooklyn Center campus joined nursing students at the Richfield campus on a new venture: a simulation clinic.The idea stemmed from Alicia Larson, instructor at the Brooklyn … Continue reading