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Mark Zuckerberg urges high school students to study technology

Mark Zuckerberg is undoubtedly one you should idolize in case you have dreams like him. The CEO of Facebook is one of the youngest CEOs as well as a billionaire himself. The success story of Zuckerberg is not unknown to many and now Mark wants others to take on thei4r dreams just like him. According to the reports, Mark Zuckerberg has stated that he wants to more students from the American High Schools to take up technology as their preferred subject for higher education.Mark-Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg advises students

Mark Zuckerberg has said long before that technology is going to develop to a much greater extent in the coming years. Thus he thinks that if the students are ready to toil hard and choose technology as the preferred subject for their higher education, their future will end up as a rather bright one. According to the words of Mark Zuckerberg at the Sequoia High School of Redwood City, the knowledge of computers and technology will open the floodgates for all the students.

Facebook CEO donated 50 laptops to the students of Sequoia High School of Redwood City and has also announced that the social networking giant will be conducting classes where the students will learn about the fast developing technology and how to create applications for various smartphones. The event at Sequoia High School in Redwood City is a part of the company’s plan to stir in enthusiasm  among the youngsters to take on careers in computers and technology. The CEO of Facebook even told that this generation could easily produce more Zuckerbergs like him.

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