State Farm donates to ASU to support career development program

State Farm has donated $30 million to Arizona State University (ASU) to help fund the university’s new career development program, “Pathways for the Future.” The “Pathways for the Future” program offers financial aid to Maricopa County Community College and ASU students who want to enroll in online ASU courses. In addition to university students, the program is also open to local high school students, as well as career professionals looking to compete for new and evolving jobs, a release said. The courses allow students to gain skills in three academic tracks, including STEM/engineering, business/leadership, and humanities/social sciences. ASU hopes that the program will help tomorrow’s workforce to better adapt, learn, and transition to new and emerging employment opportunities.

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