Learn more about IT-Ready Technical Support

Since 1998, Creating IT Futures has helped hundreds of military veterans get the training and certification they need to jump into the IT workforce.

 

Veterans possess skills in high demand by the private sector –such as discipline, maturity, perseverance, and the ability to think critically, solve problems and work effectively with others.

 

 

Intense IT Training

 

Our IT-Ready Technical Support program provides an on-ramp for adults to a successful career in information technology. We offer 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.

 

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In partnership with Wounded Warriors Project® (WWP), grants are available to veterans, their spouses and caregivers to greatly reduce their tuition. In 2019, all WWP members, who were enrolled in the Academy’s IT-Ready Technical Support program, received grants to cover the full cost of their tuition.


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


Veterans possess skills in high demand by the private sector – such as discipline, maturity, perseverance, and the ability to think critically, solve problems and work effectively with others.


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


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. 


If you think IT-Ready Technical Support could be for you, apply online.


Looking for other opportunities as well? Visit our Veteran Resources page.