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Markham Headquartered Tech Giant IBM Opens School Program for Mi’kmaw Students in Cape Breton

Program participants in Cape Breton will be offered first-in-line interviews from IBM Canada and will get paid internships from the corporation, but Guay said that graduates aren't limited to working for IBM.
IBM officials in Cape Breton for announcement of Mi'kmaw school

A new school program for Indigenous students in Cape Breton is tying together the elements of high school, college and the working world.

IBM Canada officially launched Unama’ki Pathways in Technology, Early College High School (P-TECH) on Tuesday, enabling high school students to graduate with a tuition-free, two-year college diploma in software engineering, along with work placements and interviews with the multinational corporation.

Full Article: cbc.ca