Microsoft holds free, virtual museum, workshops for Women’s History Month

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(WISH) – Microsoft is hosting a free virtual museum during Women’s History Month.

It features such women as Madeleine Albright, the first secretary of state, and Cynthia Marshall, the first black CEO in the NBA.

According to the company, there are also free workshops where students will be able to hear from a number of different female entrepreneurs and CEOs.

Additionally, there will business workshops for women looking to become entrepreneurs.

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