Staff at Rasmussen College in Eagan hope their new 8,000 square-foot location will give students the right skills before entering Minnesota’s law enforcement. The new facility includes several scenario training rooms where students can practice how to deal with a bank robbery, a bar fight, a hold-up at a convenience store and even a domestic situation in a mock apartment. Law Enforcement Skills Coordinator Michael Ardolf says the facility will enhance the learning experiences of those in the program.
Whether you’re just starting out or starting over, the job hunt can be brutal. From updating your skills, to networking and nailing that resume, it takes a lot to stand out. Wednesday night, Rasmussen College in Brooklyn Park is hosting a career expo that will have several employers on hand.
The demand for registered nurses is something we are seeing nationwide. Here in the Twin Cities, we’re told there are currently about 2,000 openings across the metro area. One of the reasons for the shortage of nurses is lack of enough faculty members to teach.
Many of us dread Monday mornings because it means going back to work after a weekend of fun. Others dread Monday mornings because it means going back to a job they really don’t like very much.