2021 Community Impact Awards
29 Apr 2021
Nearly 200 nominations poured in for TCB’s inaugural Community Impact Awards—a testament to the depth of initiatives focused on making the Twin Cities a more equitable, inclusive place to live and to work. That spirit of philanthropy is a Minnesota hallmark, from corporate foundations to established social service organizations. At a time when needs are mounting and fractures run deep, we’re pleased to highlight the socially driven work of a dozen organizations, from pro sports and Fortune 500s to long-standing nonprofits and social enterprise startups. Over the past year, all proved to be resilient, responsive, and creative as they confronted profound social challenges.
Minnesota’s Tech FutureApr 29 2021
Governor Walz has proclaimed April 2021 as Technology Workforce Month in Minnesota, providing a great opportunity to not only reflect on the important role technology plays in society today, but to also highlight a critical factor in the future success of Minnesota’s innovation economy – the people that comprise our tech...
What’s Next in Tech EducationApr 29 2021
While technology drives so much in Minnesota’s and the world’s economy, the changes in technology education year-to-year often go unnoticed. This year, however, with the pandemic, changes in the role of technology and the way we use it to teach and learn seem to have accelerated. Some of these changes may...
St. Paul – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced $1.67 million in Job Creation Fund awards for six Minnesota businesses. These businesses are expanding or building new locations in Minnesota and are expected to create 297 new jobs over the next three to five years. “I...