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April 1st, 2007
Schools such as City College of San Francisco work closely with industry to figure out where the jobs are now and where they will be.
Making sure there are real jobs in an industry is a crucial component of planning curricula, he said. "We have been planning to start a nanotechnology program for several years, but we have not done anything because I have not been able to find a niche where we can place students (in jobs and internships)." "We're not giving up, because nanotech is supposed to be the next big thing."
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