Apple has launched a new mentorship program aimed at first-generation college first-year and second-year students majoring in finance, economics, and accounting.
[email protected], includes support from Apple employees with the possibility of job shadowing and paid internships. Furthermore, the program matches students one-on-one with Apple mentors so that they can provide resources for learning and future opportunities.
Friends, if you are or know a first generation college student (freshman or sophomore) majoring in finance, economics, or accounting, please have them apply for [email protected]! pic.twitter.com/qCZXAjHxH6
— Logan Kilpatrick (@OfficialLoganK) December 22, 2020
First-generation college students are those whose parents or legal guardians have not obtained a college degree. The Launch program starts in early 2021 with applications opening now.
Applicants need to send an email to [email protected] by Friday, January 8th, 2021 to participate. The email needs to feature the following information:
Seeing as number 13 on the list says “If you are not a U.S. citizen,” it’s fair to say that Launch is taking students from all around the world, though how many actually get in remains to be seen.
To find out more about the program, click here.