Apple, colleges work together to train people for tech jobs
From WRAL.com: “Some 3,000 people are expected to work at Apple’s planned $1 billion hub in Research Triangle Park within several years, and colleges and universities across the region are already taking steps to turn out people with the necessary skills to fill those jobs. Wake Technical Community College will tweak its IT curriculum to meet Apple’s needs, President Scott Ralls said Tuesday. “Naturally, we are going to be working with Apple just like we have done for other tech companies to make sure we are hitting their targets,” Ralls said.View the full article from WRAL.com
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