MHTA

 

Minnesotans will be competing for nearly 200,000 technology jobs in the next decade. While these workers have the potential to make more than the average private sector wage, they will need additional training to prepare for the rigors of a high-tech career. MHTA and its sister organization, MHTF, are actively involved in developing and promoting STEM education to Minnesota students and their families. Our programs include mentorship and apprenticeship opportunities, internships that provide companies with matching funds, and scholarships for students pursuing STEM degrees at Minnesota colleges or universities.

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