Apple is launching a new graduate program aimed at giving its graduates a hand in the tech sector.
The new program, called “I’m An Apple Beta Program,” will begin in 2017 and will allow graduates to apply for positions at companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
The program will be funded by the Apple Foundation, and will offer up to 20 months of post-graduate training for eligible graduates.
The program, which will be led by Stanford University’s George Brown College, is expected to be the first program to offer the option of working in a startup.
It is currently only available to graduate students.
While many graduates who apply for jobs in the technology industry will have their qualifications validated by Apple, the company is expected for the first time to offer a program specifically aimed at providing support to graduates.
“Apple is one of the world’s largest companies, and it has many people that have been with the company for years, so the Apple beta community is really special to us,” said Lisa Korsmeyer, the president of Apple’s Foundation for Entrepreneurship, during a recent event at George Brown.
I’m looking forward to this program and it being part of my career trajectory.
“Apple launched the program in September, and according to its website, it has trained more than 2,000 graduates from around the world.
More than 1,500 students have already received a “Beta Master” badge, which includes a job offer and a $500,000 “grant” to support their education.
Apple’s program is not the first for the Apple brand.
Apple has partnered with a number of other tech companies including Facebook and Twitter in recent years to help them better connect with the millennial generation.