At the recent Rasmussen College Mankato campus graduation, Nicole Thompson spoke of the hurdles she has overcome to graduate from a program she is ecstatic about, the Criminal Justice program. With hard work and a strong support system, Nicole is now ready to enter the juvenile criminal justice sector.
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The Rasmussen College Mankato Campus will be moving to a brand new facility in the winter of 2018. The new campus will be an investment in the Rasmussen College students, as well as, the Mankato community.
Criminals don't care about the gender of a police officer-they don't fight extra hard to get away from males and they're certainly not worried about being courteous around female officers. You've got to be tough to make it in law enforcement, no matter your gender. Mankato, Minn., criminal justice student Stephanie Beighley knows all about that toughness as she works her way toward a career in the justice system.
Hard work can take you a long way in life, and few professions understand the value of a hard day's work like farmers. Mankato, Minn., accounting graduate Lisa Seidl grew up in an agricultural family and although she has career plans beyond the farm, the work ethic and values she developed there have never left.
Derek Clifton didn't have to return to school. In fact, he already had a degree and a steady job. However, after pursuing a career in music education Clifton found he was ready to make a change.
For eight years, Petty Officer 2nd Class Iris Clark of Waco, Texas served her country with the U.S. Navy as a mechanical engineer. She finished two deployments aboard the USS Harry S. Truman, one to the Mediterranean, the other to the Persian Gulf. Clark is a proud servicewoman, and a proud mother of two.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Laurie Hendrickson, Dean of Nursing at the Rasmussen College - Mankato, MN campus. In this interview, Dean Hendrickson highlights nursing degrees and nursing career information.
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.