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May 14, 2018
Young Minnesotans start manufacturing company in Winsted
Two young Minnesotans are on a mission: to change the way young Americans view manufacturing. Tobias Flood and Mark Eide...
May 11, 2018
Agriculture as a Peach of a Career
I would like to think I’ve been grateful for farmers ever since my first taste of Beech-Nut strained peaches, though tha...
May 3, 2018
A message to high school seniors: College is one choice, but it isn’t the only choice
For many high school seniors, graduation is less than a month away. There are a lot of emotions that come with this real...
Apr 30, 2018
What Middle School Students Need to Know about Great Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree
Knowing of American Experiment’s project, “Great Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree,” a producer at Minnesota Public Radio ...
Apr 26, 2018
Career and Technical Education: Not your grandpa’s vocational education
Career and technical education (CTE) programs are ready to be taken seriously. Gone is the vocational education of years...
Apr 22, 2018
Construct Tomorrow shares hands-on construction experiences with students
With the worker shortage problem expected to explode from the current 60,000 unfilled jobs to as many as 280,000 by the ...
Apr 17, 2018
Thinking Minnesota Poll: Is a four-year degree necessary to achieve the American Dream?
Do young Minnesotans need a four-year college degree to find success in life? Many high school students say that’s the m...
Apr 17, 2018
Rush City’s Dennis Frandsen offers free college for his hometown’s high school seniors
As Minnesota grapples with an increasingly urgent workforce skills gap, stories like Minnesota banker Dennis Frandsen’s ...
Apr 16, 2018
MN Community and Technical Colleges Encourage Women to Enter the Trades
Skilled trades are, for the most part, a predominantly male bastion. But community and technical colleges in Minneapolis...
Apr 6, 2018
The Frequent Fright of Student Debt
When students take out, say, $30,000 in loans, do they think that’s all they’re obliged to pay back? Or do they properl...