K12 Program

Jan
19

Demystifying the Field of Information Technology

During Fall Semester 2017, over 400 students from 16 different metro area high schools discovered what a day in the life of an I.T. professional is like at a major food company and a data management company

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Jan
15

Where Are They Now: Erin Mitchell

In the second publication of the “Where Are They Now” series, we meet with MNAiC Alumna Erin Mitchell, a Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Awards 2013 state runner-up and 2014 state winner from Lakeville, Minnesota.

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Jan
10

Generating SPARCS

This year-round program for young women aims to build excitement and inspire students to embrace technology education at the high school level, through relevant and engaging information technology (I.T.) learning experiences.

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Dec
21

Reasons 4 the Season: Why You Should Partner to ‘Disrupt Tech’ in 2018

The Minnesota Aspirations in Computing program brings together thought leaders from local businesses, along with leaders from the technology sector, schools and community to help young women achieve their computing related educational and career goals.

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Dec
15

Strength in Numbers — Leads to Greater Innovation & Enhanced Profitability

As part of our Strength in Numbers and #MNGirlsDisruptTech campaigns, the team at the Minnesota Aspirations in Computing program asks female technology leaders to share their thoughts on what Minnesota businesses can do to help pave the way for more women to become successful tech executives.

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Nov
27

Cultivating a Gender Inclusive I.T. Workforce

Through residencies, mentorship, internships, and job shadowing programs, young women gain the exposure needed to inspire, curiosity and interest in information technology related career paths.

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Nov
15

Strength in Numbers — Leads to Positive Disruption

Lisa Schlosser, CTO and VP of FindLaw (Part of Thomson Reuters), shares her educational and career pathway and why it is important to build a pipeline to a future in technology for girls as early on as possible.

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Nov
14

IT Exploration… is for Everyone!

Minnesota State – IT Center of Excellence, in partnership with high school teachers and college faculty offer a FREE IT Exploration (ITX) curriculum that pulls back the curtain, allowing secondary teachers and students to discover the broad range of computer-based skills and competencies that today’s employers are seeking.

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