Logic PD, a complete digital product lifecycle solutions company, announced its participation in the Minnesota Technovation Challenge, which took place from February to April. An entrepreneurship program, Technovation seeks to teach young women ages 10 to 18 to develop mobile applications and launch startup companies. Five Logic PD employees representing various company departments including engineering, design and communications participated in the program to mentor three local middle school teams.
“At Logic PD, we believe it’s important for engineering professionals to give back and inspire and mentor young women to pursue STEM careers,” said Mona Phaff, vice president, Design and Engineering, Logic PD. “I’m proud that we are using our skills to create a supportive environment for them to learn mobile app development and entrepreneurship.”