Rasmussen College - Brooklyn Park, MN student, Daphne Pacheco Brown share a poem about her experiences through life...
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Technology instructor at Rasmussen College answers the question, "What is information systems" in this cool video blog.
Kandice Solin, a Rasmussen College business degree student from the Brooklyn Park, MN college campus shares five key lessons she has learned to master college learning (and life):
Come to Rasmussen College - Mankato, MN on Saturday, November 5, from 10:00 a.m. to noon to pay respect to local armed forces veterans.
Ever wondered what it takes to illustrate a graphic novel or comic book? Learn it at the latest design lecture series in Brooklyn Park, MN.
We recently sat down with Lori Steffen, the Senior Dean of the School of Nursing at the St. Cloud, MN college campus where she shared important advice and key benefits of pursuing a career as a nurse.
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An internship is an amazing opportunity to gain on-the-job skills and experience while you're still in college. But with the array of internship opportunities available - some paid and some unpaid - how do you choose the perfect opportunity for you? Here are the top five things you should look for in an internship.
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Facebook is the most popular social network on the Internet with more than 200 million active users worldwide. Facebook started in 2004 as a site for college students to socially interact in a virtual setting; but the site has since advanced to a popular online destination used by web users of all ages; and consequentially morphed into a new marketing channel for organizations.
This article will highlight the top 100 academic law feeds on Twitter...from law librarians, professors and schools, to paralegal instructors and criminal justice teachers.