12/6/2016, 8:20am

Nuredin Dahir works on lighting LED lights at the Ka Joog mentorship program in the Riverside Mall on Nov. 5, 2016. Ka Joog, a non-profit aimed at helping Somali youth, started the mentorship program in March and collaborates with University mentors to teach kids about STEM fields.

Program provides Somali children access to STEM education

The Minneapolis 4-H program could expand its enrollment if proposed city funding is approved Dec. 9.




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