Businessman training teenage boy in office

Internships And Experience

I’m working on an article for an upcoming issue of Prairie Business that focuses on internships and mentorship opportunities for college students. I’m finding out some schools offer really incredible programs. I interned at the Grand Forks Herald when I was in college, was hired as a part-time general assignment reporter when my internship was…
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April issue

The April Issue Is Here

Today is the day we reveal the digital edition of Prairie Business’ April issue (click here to see it). I might be biased, but I think it’s pretty stupendous. Our features include 2016’s first Community Profile, which highlights Bismarck and Mandan in North Dakota, coverage of how the region’s engineering schools are expanding and partnering with employers to ensure students…
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A Brand New Website

It’s official. Prairie Business has launched its brand new website: We’ve been working on this for months and it’s finally ready for you all to explore. The new interface and streamlined navigation allows simple searches by category and a new (and functional) search option digs up whatever you might want to see on the…
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Businesspeople in conference room

A Robust Roundtable

This week, Prairie Business held its first Community Profile meeting in a few years. We’re bringing them back this year, an effort to highlight the unique business environments in the communities in our readership area. The first one was an extraordinary success. With a view overlooking the countryside south of Bismarck from the University of…
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An Impressive Issue Of Prairie Business

The Feburary issue of Prairie Business is done and off to the printer. I can’t wait for our readers to see it. The content is great. The photos are attractive and it features a Corporate Communities special section, highlighting what companies do to promote culture. We also added editorial to this Corporate Communities section, which…
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