Google provides a day of training to Minneapolis high school students

"We hope these students create the next Google," said one of the company's executives. The Google crew worked with 75 Minneapolis students who will be summer interns for Twin Cities businesses through the Step Up program. It was Google's first youth entrepreneurship summit.
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"We hope these students create the next Google," said one of the company's executives. The Google crew worked with 75 Minneapolis students who will be summer interns for Twin Cities businesses through the Step Up program. It was Google's first youth entrepreneurship summit.

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