Apple donating over $50 million to help encourage more diversity in tech
Apple has pledged to donate over $50 million to a number of organizations that are trying to encourage more women, minorities and veterans to seek employment in the tech industry.
According to Fortune, Apple's money will be going to groups like the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, which supports students in historically black colleges and universities. Part of its money will also go to the National Center for Women and Information Technology. Finally, the report says that Apple is in talks with military leaders to offer veterans better technology training.
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