Job Opportunities for Students in Minnesota
Schools in Minnesota

Although it's generally not required that you have a formal education in order to land computer technician related contract jobs, it may help to take some technical classes if you want to hone your skills for the more complex opportunities. Here is a list of schools in Minnesota that you might consider. Some are technical/trade schools, some are four year colleges, some simply continuing/adult education facilities. The list is by regions in Minnesota.

Minneapolis & Surrounding Suburbs
National American University
Minnesota School of Business
Globe University
Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Anoka Technical College
ITT Technical Institute
New Horizons Computer Learning Centers

St. Cloud
Minnesota School of Business
St. Cloud State University (SCSU)


Elk River
Minnesota School of Business


Alexandria
Alexandria Technical & Community College

Duluth

Winona

Fargo/Moorehead
Minnesota School of Business

Rochester
Minnesota School of Business

Detroit Lakes

Little Falls

Brainerd

Willmar

Mankato

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Add every school in this directory (start from top to bottom):

http://www.mnscu.edu/campuses/index.html
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Get
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