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SD Board of Regents endorse tech academy at USD

ABERDEEN (AP) -- A South Dakota Board of Regents committee has endorsed a plan to create a training academy that could result in bringing 1,000 new tech jobs to South Dakota.

ABERDEEN (AP) -- A South Dakota Board of Regents committee has endorsed a plan to create a training academy that could result in bringing 1,000 new tech jobs to South Dakota.

Minnesota-based Eagle Creek Software Services announced last month it wanted to bring 1,000 information technology consultant jobs to South Dakota. The company plans to build a new project center in Vermillion and partner with the University of South Dakota to help train potential employees.

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