JPMorgan Chase makes big investment in UD students
By LeAnne Matlach

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The University of Delaware is giving students a chance to find jobs in banking with the help of JPMorgan Chase.

The financial firm is investing $5 million into a campus Innovation Center that will connect students with jobs in Delaware and across the global.

Bank CIO Guy Chiarello says companies like IBM and Verizon are interested in giving jobs to UD students who participate in their partnership.

"We have the top companies, technology-wise, around the world wanting to pull people from this program going forward," he said.

J.P. Morgan Chase has hired more than 100 UD students through the partnership.

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