Insurance professionals assist Minn. students with computer programming

05/2/2013 | SouthernMinn.com (Northfield, Minn.)

Volunteers from Federated Insurance recently joined with educators in Minnesota's Owatonna schools to teach students about computer programming and animation. The fifth-graders and volunteers used the online program Scratch during a three-week session designed to give the students more confidence and greater computer skills to apply in future classes, as well as provide some possible inspiration for future careers.

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