Welcome to TechTuesday

February 28, 2012

MHTA – By now, you’ve likely noticed some new things about the Minnesota High Tech Association. In recent weeks we have debuted a new STEM internship program, SciTechsperience. In a few weeks, we will debut a new MHTA series called Leadership Insights. It will feature fresh strategies and viewpoints from some of the region’s top CEOs and leaders. MnSCU Chacellor Steven Rosenstone will be our inaugural speaker.

Our rollout culminated recently with the debut of a new logo, newsletter and website. All of these changes reflect MHTA’s new mission to fuel Minnesota’s prosperity through innovation and technology. We are very pleased with the early reaction. As with any project of this scope, our website and outreach programs will continue to grow and evolve in the months to come.

As you tour the new site, you will notice some changes in navigation. You can connect with our programs and fellow members through our Network section. The Educate and Work sections include information about MHTA partnerships and programs. These include efforts to help current and future STEM professionals pursue internships, jobs and other educational and training opportunities.

On all of the pages, you will find a couple of new additions to help you connect with MHTA and technology news in general. The right side of the page features a new search engine. Just below that, you will find our live technology headlines updated throughout the day and night.

We want to thank our members for their ongoing support. We welcome your feedback, so please do not hesitate to share your thoughts about how we can do an even better job of supporting Minnesota’s technology ecosystem.


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  • RT @mndeed: UnitedHealth's Optum is digging into blockchain's potential : https://t.co/4l8rDAiQ87 via @MSPBJnews #InnovateMN
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  • RT @mlahammer: Education and Economic Development more accurate read of those lines, $30 million for broadband a big single item.
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