Wayzata High Students Receive ‘Women in Computing’ Awards
Four Wayzata High School ladies were named state winners and runners-up in the third-annual Minnesota Aspirations for Women in Computing awards.
According to the Sun Sailor, seniors Ariana Pooly and Amelia Rolf were state winners, with Pooly also grabbing a runner-up spot for the National Center for Women and Information Technology Aspirations in Computing award. Runners-up included senior Katherine Myers and junior Seri Choi.
Advance IT Minnesota launched the awards program to help close the gap between the percentage of women who hold computing occupations and the number of expected job openings in the near future, the newspaper said.
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