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DataBank hosts a Tech Experience Tour for Mounds View AP IT students

MHTA — DataBank, a data center provider located in Eagan, recently hosted a group of students from Mounds View High School for an excellent onsite Tech Experience Tour.  MHTA is working with area companies to provide these unique Tech Experience Tours for students interested in learning more about information technology and the high tech business world.

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May 10, 2016 | Comments Off on DataBank hosts a Tech Experience Tour for Mounds View AP IT students
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Dynamic duo finds a perfect fit through SciTechsperience

At 34, Patrick Saxton (above left) is what higher education institutions would classify as a “non-traditional” student, meaning he wasn’t fresh out of high school when he started his bachelor’s degree in Computer Programming at Metropolitan State University. But the term non-traditional doesn’t begin to capture the unique nature of his internship at Code Inversion through the SciTechsperience Internship Program.

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May 10, 2016 | Comments Off on Dynamic duo finds a perfect fit through SciTechsperience

Legislative Session entering the homestretch

MHTA — There are just two weeks left before the legislature is required to adjourn, with a number of major issues still unresolved. The legislature is constitutionally required to finish the session by May 23.

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May 10, 2016 | Comments Off on Legislative Session entering the homestretch

Design Ready Controls hosting open house on May 19

MHTA — Design Ready Controls, a leading supplier of control panels, wiring harnesses, and engineering, is hosting an open house at their new, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Brooklyn Park on Thursday, May 19.

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May 6, 2016 | Comments Off on Design Ready Controls hosting open house on May 19

The STEM Education Crisis – Who will teach our STEM students?

This week, we celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week. We must recognize and applaud the hard work of STEM teachers at all grade levels, especially in those crucial formative years when students are making decisions about what kind of careers they are considering and will pursue as they reach post-secondary training.

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May 3, 2016 | Comments Off on The STEM Education Crisis – Who will teach our STEM students?

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