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September 26, 2005
IBM knows where the jobs are
Last week, IBM announced a plan for some of its employees to teach math and science classes in New York City classrooms. Now, the company has even more good news - it's helping college students find jobs in the IT sector: "The new initiative allows students from accredited colleges and universities worldwide to post resumes to an online career center that will be made available to thousands of IBM clients and business partners that are hiring technology workers." The only catch is that students taking advantage of the service must possess at least one IBM professional certification.
A senior IBM exec interviewed by The Journal News explains what makes the initiative unique: "By linking business partners, customers and universities, we are taking the next logical step by connecting this talent with the information technology jobs of tomorrow,"
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