COVID Information and Resources - Updated 5.25.2021
Picture Yourself in Information Technology
Is this you?
- Love keeping up with technology
- Enjoy solving problems
- Team player
Entry level, technical, and professional careers in information technology relate to the design, development, support, and management of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services.
- Teaching, mentoring, and knowledge sharing
- Project management skills
- Critical-thinking skills
- Problem-solving skills
- Prepares students for high-demand occupations.
- Students learn in interactive, hands-on and real-world environments and have access to the latest technology.
- Thanks to strong industry and community partnerships (Skyward, Sentry, Renaissance, Delta Dental) students learn the skills employers seek and have access to service learning opportunities.
- Instructors have recent industry experience and maintain industry-recognized credentials or relevant skills.
- Flexible learning options are available when appropriate (online, web conferencing, etc.).
- Transfer opportunities are available to obtain four-year degree if desired.
- Students may be eligible to receive credit for prior learning.
- All students have an opportunity to join the Mid-State chapter of the Business Partners of America.
“The moment you see a student grasp a concept and realize they have an ability that wasn't present before, that the future has opened up—that is why I teach.”