Columbia, S.C. – The insurance industry seems keenly aware of the growing shortage of IT talent—so much so that it’s finding unique ways to attract an age group ripe for the picking: high schoolers.

High-achieving students from high schools in the Columbia area developed their computer skills with some hands-on laptop building last weekend at the first-ever High Performance Information Technology Camp, the first of several events planned at the University of South Carolina (USC).

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