This summer 18 high school students who identify as women, genderqueer, or non-binary, demonstrated their stellar technical and professional workplace skills, helping 7 companies fulfill numerous projects of high value.
These innovators are leading and advocating for changes that dismantle barriers and ensure equitable access for women and underrepresented people to the technology sector.
In the month of May, series host Katherine Myers spoke with fellow program alumna and 2020 Collegiate Aspirations in Computing State winner, Katelyn Jo France.
Alumnae Stories is a monthly LIVE Chat — the series provides program participants an online opportunity to connect with alumnae at various stages of their journey as #womenintech, as well as industry leaders and educators. This month I caught up with a fellow MNAiC Award Honoree and alumna, engineer, and geekette, Erin Mitchell.
2020 Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Award Ceremonies Go Virtual — on May 20th, 133 young women from Minnesota high schools will be recognized for their technology-related interests and achievements.
Young women from high schools across Minnesota will be recognized for their technical prowess and passion at the program’s first virtual celebrations in May and June.
The first chat of the year was all the feels for me! We invited Claire Kaiser, who is a biomedical engineering PhD student at my alma mater, the University of Minnesota — Go Gophers!