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‘Project Login’ Aims to Help Maine Students Connect to Computer Science+ IT Careers

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This sounds interesting. Maine business and education leaders have launched an effort to double the number of computer science and information technology college graduates over the next four years. It’s called Project Login.

The University of Maine System and Educate Maine, which is a business organization for higher education initiatives, came up with this idea. Project Login provides information about careers in computer science and information technology. There are also resources to help middle and high school students prepare for degree programs in those fields and info about paid internship and job opportunities.

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