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Reshma Saujani

Education Partners Luncheon with Reshma Saujani: 'Breaking the Code: Gender, Technology and the Future'

Tue October 25, 2016 | 11:30 AM - 1 PM

Minneapolis Convention Center | 1301 Second Avenue South

Our 14th annual Education Partners Luncheon features Reshma Saujani, renowned founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, a national non-profit working to close the gender gap in technology and prepare young women for jobs of the future. Ticket and table sales have ended for this event. For information on limited walk-in registrations, call 612.455.1559.

KaYing Yang

EDTalks Video: KaYing Yang on Who Are We Talking About? The Importance of Disaggregating Data

KaYing Yang is Policy Director at the Coalition of Asian American Leaders in St. Paul. As a social justice advocate, she has led community development efforts in the US, Thailand and Laos, and works with civil rights groups to address alarming gaps in educational achievements, lack of desegregated data, economic and health disparities that plague large sectors of the Southeast Asian American community.

This video was filmed on September 2016 at IcehouseMpls and produced by Callsign51.

Ruth Hamberg

EDTalks Video: Ruth Hamberg on Who is Minnesota?

Ruth Hamberg is Engagement Specialist for Minnesota Compass, which provides current, credible data about our quality of life. Ruth works with decision-makers to inspire action through research and data storytelling. With research experience ranging from India to Ecuador, she is also a leader in the Minnesota Rising network and guides community outreach efforts for a local faith community.

This video was filmed on September 2016 at IcehouseMpls and produced by Callsign51.

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Introducing our 2016 AchieveMpls Community Partners

Fifty-three partner organizations have demonstrated outstanding commitment to Minneapolis students through their generous financial and program support, as well as their strategic leadership and collaboration in this work. We are honored to recognize these organizations as our 2016 AchieveMpls Champion, Advocates and Allies.

Share Your Career Journey at Our Career Exploration Events

Our Career Exploration Events provide an easy, engaging and satisfying way to support Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) high school students as they begin to plan for life after graduation. Learn how you can participate in an upcoming career event!

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Career & College Centers

Our AchieveMpls Career & College Centers provide all MPS high school students with the one-to-one support, resources and connections they need to create a solid plan for careers or college. Learn more!

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STEP-UP Achieve Jobs Program

STEP-UP Achieve links your company with the next generation of talented workers by providing work-readiness training, hands-on experience, advanced career opportunities and more. Learn how you can become an employer today.