FOR IT EMPLOYERS

ASSURING THE BEST IT TALENT
We work to ensure that Minnesota’s IT professionals are the best talent to hire and employ.

FOR IT STUDENTS

YOUR SUCCESS IS OUR BUSINESS
You want to flourish in a great IT job. We want that for you, too. From skill-building competitions and experiential learning opportunities, to industry connections and peer networks, we offer a broad range resources to help you succeed in getting and advancing your IT education and career.

FOR IT EDUCATORS

From developing High School/Middle School IT curriculums, to supporting MnSCU’s IT Programs Quality Alliance, we develop and support a variety of shared resources to help educators enhance student interest, employability and contribute to IT career success.

Engaging employers, students and educators to build a more robust IT workforce in Minnesota

Advance IT Minnesota is A Center of Excellence within the Minnesota State Colleges and University (MnSCU) System,
and is hosted by Metropolitan State University

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Download The IT Student’s Guide to Advance IT Minnesota

A Guide to Computer Science Careers from computerscienceonline.org

It’s never too early, or too late, to learn about computer science (CS) career options. If your future is in CS, this guide is for you.

I.T.-skill-seeking Employers attending the April 21 MnSCU IT Talent & Employer Meet Up

These Employers want YOUR IT Skills! Meet them April 21 at the Spring 2015 MnSCU IT Talent & Employer Meet Up. And check out this sampling of open positions employers are filling.

2015 Sponsors & Partners: Aspirations for Women in Computing Awards

Thank you, 2015 Aspirations for Women in Computing Awards sponsors and partners for your generous support!

New Directions in IT Education 2015: A Faculty and Industry Conference (May 21-22, Brooklyn Park, MN)

Join your peers and IT industry representatives on May 21-22 to explore emerging employer needs …

22 Minnesota High School Student Winners, Runners-Up named for 2015 Aspirations for Women in Computing Awards

One Minnesota student named national winner, and three students named national runners-up.