Monday morning show

https://girlswhocode.com/

Did you know that computing skills are the most sought after in the US job market but the share of women in the computer workforce has declined from 37% in 1995 to 24% today.  If Reshma Saujani and her crew at Girls Who Code has any say in it, that number will change. 

She started the non-profit Girls Who Code, and now there's a book and new fiction series to spur girls to invent and as she says, change the world. 

MN Reading Corps

Katelyn Dokken is the Program Manager for  the MN Reading Corps.   They are looking to hire both reading and math tutors across northern MN, part and full time with benefits.  Katelyn stopped by our studios to tell us more. 

www.fresh-energy.org

This Thursday evening at 6:30pm at the Blandin Foundation J. Drake Hamilton,  an expert in climate and energy policies at the state and national levels, will be speaking on the benefits of renewable energies.  It is sponsored by Earth Circle and The Itasca Clean Energy Team.  

J. Drake Hamilton joined us on the Monday Morning Show.

Francine Sterle dives into the specific, and the ocean inside, in this poem called "Reverie."

In her poem "This is Not a Test," Lisa Joy Hesse explores choice and not choice

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