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Apple welcomed the inaugural class of developers and entrepreneurs to its Apple Developer Academy in Detroit this week. The academy, which is Apple’s first in the US, will help prepare its students for jobs in the thriving iOS app economy. In addition to the fundamentals of coding, academy participants will learn design, marketing, project management, and more — with an emphasis on inclusivity and making a positive impact in their communities. Launched in collaboration with Michigan State University, the academy is part of Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative, an effort to address systemic racism and expand opportunities for communities of color across the country.
Campus Martius is opening its doors to any students 18 and older in search of a career opportunity in tech. The downtown staple will be offering job training skills for careers in technology in a partnership with Apple, Michigan State University, and the Gilbert family of companies.
Michigan State University today announced the Gilbert Family Foundation, in partnership with the Rock Family of Companies, will support the new Apple Developer Academy in Detroit, a transformative education collaboration between Apple and MSU and the first Apple Developer Academy in North America.
Apple, in partnership with Michigan State University, is now accepting applications for students interested in app development, design, coding, and entrepreneurship skills at the Apple Developer Academy.
Michigan State University is now hiring mentors to join the Apple Developer Academy. The Academy program lasts one year and mentors will guide students through a curriculum covering coding, design, entrepreneurship, and an array of professional skills.
Apple and Michigan State University announced that they will partner to launch the tech giant’s first United States-based Developer Academy in Detroit.