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The workforce initiative designed to aide early career adults from underserved communities in finding transformative career opportunities
The selected candidates completed a 34-week academic training and part-time work program which was divided into three semesters. This specific Java Development was conducted at the University of Michigan-Dearborn campus by UM-Dearborn faculty while the part-time work at GE began in June 2015.
“This program has grown the future pool of skilled software development workers in the Detroit area,” said Joy Fewell, CIO - GE Capital Advanced Manufacturing and Software Technology Center. “We are so proud of our graduates and what they have accomplished in such a short time.”
Dr. William Grosky, Professor
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