IBM partners with six HBCU schools to train underrepresented communities in technology.



IBM has announced education initiatives with the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), Specialisterne Foundation and six HBCU schools to provide free STEM job training to people from underrepresented communities.


According to an IBM press release the collaboration is part of the tech giant’s focus on providing STEM job training to underrepresented communities as part of its commitment to training 30 million people worldwide by 2030 to create inclusive economic opportunities and address a longstanding STEM job skills shortage.


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