Apple, Michigan State University and the Gilbert Family Foundation on June 30 celebrated the accomplishments of graduates from the first cohort of the Detroit Apple Developer Academy.
The academy in Detroit is the first in the United States, launched as part of Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative. The free program offers students an opportunity to become entrepreneurs and app developers by learning the fundamentals of coding, design, marketing, and project management — with an emphasis on inclusivity and making a positive impact in local communities.
For more information on the programs and ways to get involved, visit the Apple Developer Academy.
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