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IBM's Program for Continuing Education

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One of the country's most pressing problems is the need for continuing, advanced education-particularly technological education. To create the right atmosphere and to develop the proper employee motivation, IBM Education has an overall goal: to equip its employees to live with change; to anticipate it, to understand it, and then to implement it. Continuing education in industry protects the basic fund of knowledge and challenges the mind. More specifically, it assists in learning and understanding a new assignment and equips the individual for personal and professional growth. College graduation is not the ending; it is indeed the commencement-the point in time when an engineer's education really begins.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 2 )