Apple has announced a program to help students from some of the world’s most disadvantaged schools.
The program is in partnership with the National Center for Education Statistics and is being supported by $1.1 billion in federal and state funds.
The program is named Cherry Hill Programs for Cherry Hill (CHCHP) and aims to provide a platform for cherry-hills students to gain skills and knowledge that will enable them to become highly skilled in STEM fields.
The goal is to provide cherries and apple farmers and businesses with a foundation of experience to build and grow their businesses in a high-tech environment.CHCMP was launched by Apple in March 2016 to give students from disadvantaged backgrounds the opportunity to learn more about the company and its products.
It is the first of its kind in the US, according to the announcement.
Apple said it has created an extensive network of support, mentoring and mentorship for students who want to succeed, and the first in the world.
It says that its focus is on cherries, apple growers and the people that grow them.
Apple has partnered with the nonprofit American Community Colleges to help provide financial aid to students enrolled in the program.
The goal is for students to be able to take the next step in their careers, and to get a foothold in the high-growth and high-value sectors of the global economy, Apple said.
Apple has also launched a dedicated Apple Developer Program for students from under-served communities in the greater New York area.
In this program, students are encouraged to create software to support the local economy, improve education, or provide employment opportunities.
The Apple Developer program will run through the end of 2019.