Creating IT Futures Trains Veterans for Civilian IT Roles

 

Veterans are ideal candidates for the IT industry. They possess skills in high demand by the private sector—discipline, maturity, perseverance and the ability to think critically, solve problems and work effectively with others.

 

Our IT-Ready Technical Support program through CompTIA Tech Career Academy provides an on-ramp for adults to a successful career in information technology. The program offers training, certification preparation and connections to potential employers for qualifying adults who enjoy using technology, but who lack formal job experience in the IT field.

 

In our program, veterans of all occupational backgrounds and life experiences can quickly be trained to successfully enter the IT workforce – even if they don’t have prior IT experience.

 

IT-Ready Technical Support is also open to military spouses, because IT is also a great field for them, providing skills that can accompany them as they transfer for duty assignments. Learn more about our partnership with Blue Star Families here.

Financial Assistance is Available

Grants are available to veterans, their spouses and caregivers to greatly reduce their tuition. In some cases, students enrolled in the IT-Ready Technical Support program can receive grants to cover the full cost of their tuition.

A Chance to Earn Certifications

Veterans who have technology experience often have the same training and skills as their civilian counterparts, but they lack professional certifications expected by civilian employers. IT-Ready offers the chance to fill in gaps in training required for employment in civilian positions.

Veterans Can Apply for the IT-Ready Technical Support Program

 

Find out more about the IT-Ready Technical Support program and how you can apply.

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Read These Veteran Success Stories

 

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Why Military Veterans Make Excellent Candidates for IT Help Desk Jobs

U.S. Air Force veteran and CompTIA Tech instructor Stephen Padilla explains why the skills and work ethic developed during their military careers make veterans excellent candidates for jobs as IT support technicians.

Skills Honed While in Military Service Open Door to New IT Career

While serving in the Army, Sarai Ekblad demonstrated resourcefulness and leadership — skills that carried over into a post-military career in information technology.

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How a Texas Workforce Board Narrows the Tech Skills Gap with IT Training for Army Veterans

Where will U.S. employers find qualified candidates to fill hundreds of thousands of open IT positions? One source: Military veterans trained by CompTIA.

Navy Veteran Struggled to Launch Civilian Tech Career Before IT-Ready Technical Support

When Brittian McIntosh exited the Navy with an honorable discharge, management experience, communications expertise, top secret clearance and stellar performance reviews, he expected his transition to a civilian job would be smooth. It wasn’t.

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Former Army intelligence analyst finds perfect civilian tech job

IT-Ready gave Jonathan Parsons the tools he needed to deploy his military experience into a civilian tech role that earned family-sustaining wages.

If your organization would like to partner with Creating IT Futures to support diversity and to bring long-term tech opportunities to veterans, displaced workers and others looking to transition to a more secure future in IT, contact us. You can make a difference.

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