St. Cloud State at Plymouth

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    Business and Management Skill Building
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    Public Service and Education
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St. Cloud State at Plymouth helps working professionals in the Twin Cities area establish and enhance careers.

Our graduate programs in Plymouth offer cutting-edge, quality education with career and professional development opportunities in in-demand industries that benefit Minnesota’s workforce. Our students don’t enroll just to get jobs; they enroll to become leaders.

Located near the intersection of U.S. Highway 169 and Rockford Road, St. Cloud State at Plymouth has premiere programs and faculty from the Herberger Business School, the College of Science and Engineering and the School of Education.

Programs Available at St. Cloud State at Plymouth

Doctoral degree program for working professionals in:

Graduate degree programs for working professionals in:

Classes leading to Minnesota Administrative licensure (Masters plus 30 cr) in:

  • Special Education Director
  • Community Education Director
  • Principal
  • Superintendent

---------------Coming Events-----------------

Upcoming COSE Prep Workshops:

Sept. 16: “Intro to Professional Networking”
Sept. 30: “How to Successfully Connect with Potential Employers”
Oct. 21: “Developing Interview Skills”

Scheduled: Mapping, Networking, and Interviewing sessions will be held
in WSB 125 (RSVP Mandatory)

All sessions are 12–1 p.m.
All sessions available on Zoom: https://bit.ly/COSEprep 

Advising Day Sept. 15, 2020 
RAS/ACR - 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
MTQ - 6 p.m.-10 p.m.

CIS International Student Information Session check-in, CPT, OPT, and STEM Extension information presentation and question and answer session contact Kristy.

 

Plymouth Huskies First Four Days

*In-Person we welcome you to campus and ask that you fill out the required Self-Assessment regarding your health and safety prior to coming to campus 

Plymouth Graduate Student Arrival Guide

ENCQR Elections
Email: ENCQR.stcloudstate@outlook.com for yourself or a nominee. Include: Name, Email, Program, and ENCQR position of interest. You may express interest, be nominated, or elected for open positions.

Open election positions:
1. President
2. Vice- President
3. Treasure
4. Secretary

Additional positions:
1. Career Outreach Committee Chair
2. Membership Committee Chair

You can apply for one or more positions, if there are multiple nominations for a single position, an election will be held. This is an opportunity to be a part of an engaging student organization at St Cloud State University and make a difference through your work.

Values of being a part of ENCQR Executive Committee
• Develop leadership skills
• Develop professionalism
• Make connections directly with company representatives
• Get an opportunity to work with team and develop team skills
• Think creative and get a chance to implement the creativity

Thursday, Aug. 27, Noon-1, International Student Health Insurance

Thursday, Sept. 10, Noon-1, Library Resources

Thursday, Sept. 24, Noon-1, Career Center Resources

Information and links to register are also found on the School of Graduate Studies Getting Started webpage. I am also recording the workshops and will post the links to our website and in the Graduate Student Handbook in D2L Brightspace.  The Graduate Student Handbook is available for self-registration if it is not listed in their course list.

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