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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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Nov
07

New Direction of Hands-On Student Learning 2018

At Minnesota State IT Center of Excellence we thrive in knowing that we create and present student experiential learning opportunities that assist faculty in moving their students forward in their knowledge, skills and abilities!

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MNAiC Launches #MNGirlsDisruptTECH Campaign

The #MNGirlsDisruptTECH campaign was developed to challenge young women in grades 9 to 12 across the state to embrace their interests and aspirations in computing, step out into the limelight and join the movement to disrupt gender equity in Tech by applying for the Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Award — winners from the state and national level are awarded life changing opportunities that include scholarships, internships, job shadow experiences, mentor relationship, resources and much more.

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Oct
31

Keeping Pace with the Dynamic Nature of IT Innovation

The dynamic nature of IT innovation challenges educators and students to keep pace. Don’t despair, the Minnesota IT Center of Excellence has developed many useful tools, resources and relationships to help teachers and students become IT ‘ready and able’. Get FREE Information Technology (IT) Curriculum Resources for K12 Educators.

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Oct
30

Where Are They Now: Maria Sanchez Lopez

In the first publication of the “Where Are They Now” series, we meet with Minnesota Aspirations in Computing (MNAiC) Alumnae, Maria Sanchez Lopez, a 2014 Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Awards state winner. The powerful story of her accomplishments does not end at the recognition ceremony in the spring of 2014, it’s just beginning!

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Oct
18

Renewing the IT Curriculum – FREE PDF download

This report provides essential guidance for today’s IT faculty, in preparing tomorrow’s digital workforce.

By Janice Aanenson | Reading Room
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