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Business groups have been quietly championing immigration reform—because without it, the state’s labor pool will dry up.
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) has awarded a $250,000 grant to the Lower Sioux Indian Community of Morton, Minnesota, for community recreation and crisis intervention. This grant...
Minnesota schools are joining the movement to boost financial literacy across the state, focusing on education and outreach from grade school children to senior citizens.
Industries that had delayed hiring due to extended cold weather helped drive job gains in May.
The 57 semifinalists move to the next round in the annual competition, advancing closer to $200,000 in prizes.
The skills gap stretches further than manufacturing into IT, health care, energy, and agriculture.
Eagle Creek Software Services has also partnered with the University of South Dakota to develop a degree program, which is meant to prepare workers for employment as an IT consultant.
A PSA from the Minneapolis Foundation will kick off a broader campaign to raise awareness of the achievement gap in Minnesota and strategies to shrink it.
Starting this spring, the university will offer free online courses available to anyone in the world; it joins a growing number of universities across the nation that are offering such courses.
Google is investing an undisclosed sum to support events that fuel entrepreneurship in Minnesota; a company official said the partnership with local “co-working” firm CoCo is the first of its kind.
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