The Propel Center

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Apple has teamed up with Southern Company to build a first-of-its-kind innovation and learning hub for the HBCU community in Atlanta. The companies $25 million contribution will help build the Propel Center, which will offer wide range of educational tracks, including AI and machine learning, agricultural technologies, social justice, entertainment arts, app development, augmented reality, design and creative arts, career preparation, and entrepreneurship.

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Apple will also have a hand in developing the curriculum as well as mentorship programs and internship opportunities. Apple looks to continue their ongoing partnerships with HBCUs as they will also establish two grants to support HBCU engineering programs.

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The Propel Center

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