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Ten schools, one in each of the state's economic development regions, will be chosen to participate in the new program.
They'll offer a six-year course of study focused on science, technology, engineering and math subjects.
Participating students will graduate with an Associate's degree – and be first in line for jobs at IBM.
Stanley Litow is vice president for corporate citizenship at IBM. He helped design the program, and says it addresses a serious need.
School districts and colleges can apply to participate in the program.
IBM will also train regional businesses that wish to partner with schools.