New York: Apple has announced a mentorship program aimed at first-generation college students. According to a PDF describing Launch@Apple, it is aimed at first-generation college freshmen and sophomores who are majoring in finance, mathematics, economics, business, data analytics, and accounting.
According to a PDF, the program will be exclusively for first-generation freshmen and sophomores who major in finance, mathematics, economics, business, data analytics, and accounting. The program matches students with mentors at the company who will provide things like job shadowing, paid externships, and paid internships.
According to the report, Apple is taking applications for the program through Friday, January 8, 2021, and those who are applying must provide a number of details in order to be accepted.
Ahead of when Launch begins in early 2021, Apple is accepting applications from students with a wide range of GPAs.
Students must be in their first or second year of college with a parent or legal guardian who has not obtained a college degree. Students must want to learn about finance in a “fast-paced, innovative environment” and must be intending to major in one of the accepted disciplines.