For those just beginning their careers or interested in pursuing a new career, IT-oLogy offers educational opportunities for information technology.
Regardless of industry and job role, having technology skills is a must-have asset for today’s professionals. IT-oLogy assists colleges and universities in adding the Applied Computing Minor/Certificate to their curricula. The Applied Computing Minor/Certificate gives students of all majors the basic technical skills that employers are looking for, providing students a significant advantage in their job search. Coursepower is a state-funded, economic development initiative. Learn more about Coursepower here.
IT Career Development Institute (IT CDI)
IT-oLogy’s IT Career Development Institute offers bootcamps and workshops for adults interested in starting or growing their career in IT. Our content provides an overview of technology career options and salaries, IT professional skills including communication and office politics, and networking. Learn more about career development opportunities here.
IT-oLogy provides mentorship opportunities for those currently in IT to give back by helping the next generation of IT professionals to excel. Opportunities include Women in Science and Engineering (WISE), workshop instruction, and volunteering with student programs.