Public Outreach


In addition to its roles in regulation, licensure and enforcement, the Board also has a public outreach function.

  • Board members speak to college students about the professions and the benefits of choosing them as a career path.
  • They explain the path to licensure for those further along in their education.
  • They speak to the public regarding the public service and protection role of licensure.
  • They also speak with licensees and others in related professions about proper practice as defined by Minnesota statutes and rules, and they answer questions regarding the complaint process.

Requesting a Board member speak to your college students or association is as simple as providing topic, date (or date range), audience and length information in a communication to the Board office. The Board will do its best to fulfill all such requests, based on availability. It takes seriously its strategic initiatives, which include outreach and education.


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Comprehensive Calendar

Find all scheduled meetings, events and deadlines related the Board work for the upcoming months. To see any additional details regarding a calendar item, click the item and select "more details."

If you use Google Calendar, you can add a Board event by clicking on the event and selecting "copy to my calendar."

If you use Outlook Calendar, you can add a Board event by clicking on the event, selecting "more details," and clicking the link to the "ics" file listed. Select "open," which should cause your Outlook Calendar to open with the appointment. Save the appointment to add it to your Outlook Calendar.


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