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Feb
06

A Diverse Workforce Creates Better Products and Improves Lives

In honor of Black History Month, the Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Awards Program (MNAiC) is proud to feature the vision and impactful work of these black women in technology.

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Jan
21

Announcing 2020 National Aspirations in Computing Award Honorees from Minnesota

The Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Award Program will recognize 10 young women from Minnesota high schools at its 8th Annual Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Award Ceremony as National Honorable Mentions on April 15, 2020.

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Jan
07

Equity in Opportunity, in the Ability to Thrive

2019 marked our eighth year of this tremendously successful partnership with Minnesota businesses, schools, educators, and community organizations.

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Jan
07

Introducing Alumnae Stories on Instagram LIVE

You asked and we listened! This social media series gives you and other young women in high school to connect with each other. Through featuring past and present program participants you’ll have the opportunity to learn and connect with peers and with alumnae at various stages of their journey as #womenintech.

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Jan
07

Inclusion Changes What’s Possible

Here are the types of experiences that empower and provide underrepresented tech talent the opportunities to claim equity and change what’s possible in tech.

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Dec
19

Exploring, Engaging, and Advancing Technical Knowledge — While Paying it Forward

In this month’s segment of Alumnae Stories, host, Katherine Myers speaks with Anjali Donthi, a current program participant and 2019 Aspirations in Computing State Winner.

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Dec
16

Girls in Tech, Virtually a Reality

Like the disruptive force of VR technology, today’s women in tech, are breaking the false code that technology is best designed and delivered by men. And REM5 is using VR technology to dismantle accessibility and opportunity barriers for Minnesota’s young women.

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Nov
24

Strength in Numbers — It’s More Than Just Coding

Plenty of girls are interested in STEM jobs, but many don’t want to code software all day. Is a successful career in tech possible without becoming a code maven?

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