LSC Economic Contribution Estimated at about $200 million

Minnesota State, the system of 30 state colleges and seven state universities, released the results of a study that estimates the contribution of Lake Superior College to the regional economy to be about $195.9M and 1,843 jobs. “Our top priority at Lake Superior College is the success of our students, but we also pride ourselves…

LSC Offers New Class to Help Small Businesses with Accounting Theft and Fraud

Employee theft is big business. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, employee dishonesty costs American business in excess of $50 billion annually. The most common types of employee theft, as reported by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), are: larceny/embezzlement; skimming; fraudulent disbursements and stealing business opportunities. To help small businesses deal with…

Explore Career Options at LSC’s Business and Industry Career Night on Nov. 8

Business and industry jobs in the Arrowhead region continue to offer strong employment opportunities for those workers whose job skills, experience and training are up-to-date, whether it’s in aviation, manufacturing, business administration, auto body, carpentry, or commercial wiring. Visit Lake Superior College’s main campus for a free Business and Industry Career Night on Thursday, November…

Lindsy Mason Hired as English Instructor at LSC

Lindsy Mason has been hired as a full-time English instructor at Lake Superior College. Mason earned a master’s in fine arts degree in creative writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato, and a bachelor of science degree in English and speech communication from University of Wisconsin-Superior. Since 2014, she has taught English classes at Minnesota State…