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Are Career Certificate Programs the New College Degree in the Eyes of Employers?

Originally published by MarketScale – April 15, 2021 No matter how old we get, we are always learning and growing. Whether you are celebrating your 30th anniversary with your current employer or just getting started in your career, on-going training and professional learning will always be a necessity. Although technological advancements and targeted occupational training […]

Women Technologists Say Gender Equality in Tech Remains Huge Issue

Originally published by Dice Insights – April 15, 2021 In Dice’s new Equality in Tech Report, 17 percent of technologists who identify as women said they were “not at all impressed” with their company’s response to gender diversity. (Some 12 percent of male technologists said they felt the same way.) The importance of allyship to the success […]

CODCA is Increasing Medical Training Opportunities

Originally aired on KKTV – April 29, 2021 Throughout the country, there is a shortage of nurses highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In Colorado, there is a new project underway to address this crisis. Destinations Career Academy of Colorado has received $60,000 in funding to create a mobile nursing lab. The lab will provide healthcare […]

ITCA Students Get Real World Experience

Originally aired on KTVB – April 19, 2021 Local students are designing for major brands like Coach, Kate Spade, and Stuart Weistzman as part of a competition that gives real life work experience. To learn more about Idaho Technical Career Academy, visit itca.k12.com

City program helps residents switch careers

Originally published on NEWS 14 CLT – April 15, 2021 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A one-time program in Charlotte helped people who were unemployed or struggling amid the pandemic change careers. The City of Charlotte partnered with a company called Tech Elevator to provide a virtual software development bootcamp to 11 Charlotte residents. The city paid for the […]

Exploring Tech Elevator’s Philadelphia Campus

Originally aired on WPHL – April 16, 2021 Are you considering a new career path?  The technology industry continues to grow amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Tech Elevator gives Philadelphians the chance to become a software developer in 14 weeks.  For more information about Tech Elevator, visit techelevator.com

Certified nursing assistants can complete clinical hours in mobile lab

Originally aired on KUSA-TV – April 13, 2021 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a current shortage of nurses across the US. Destinations Career Academy of Colorado is helping to shrink the shortage using its new Mobile Nursing Lab. The lab will bring hands-on education to remote CNA students across the state, allowing them […]