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In a remarkable move towards inclusivity, Apple has announced the opening of applications for its upcoming Entrepreneur Camp, specifically designed for underrepresented founders and developers. This year, the tech giant is taking a significant step forward by extending the invitation to professionals from Indigenous backgrounds.
“Building on the success of our alumni from cohorts for female, Black, and Hispanic/Latinx founders, starting this fall, we’re expanding our reach to welcome professionals from Indigenous backgrounds who are looking to enhance and grow their existing app-driven businesses,” states Apple.
The Apple Entrepreneur Camp is a unique opportunity for attendees to gain access to coding sessions and engage with experts from Apple. The invaluable insights gained from this program can be seamlessly integrated into the projects of attendees in the real world.
According to Apple, “Applications are now open for founders and developers from these groups who have either an existing app on the App Store, a functional beta build in TestFlight, or the equivalent.” The sessions are set to commence online in October 2023, with a warm invitation extended to eligible entrepreneurs with app-driven organizations. Apple also encourages sharing this opportunity with potentially interested parties.
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For those eager to seize this golden opportunity, the application deadline is set for September 24. The online camp is scheduled to run from October 30 to November 3 for underrepresented founders, followed by a dedicated session from November 13 to November 17 for female founders.