Inspiring Success

A blog from Creating IT Futures

  • February 19, 2019

    6 Reasons Why IT Might Offer the Best Careers for Work–Life Balance

    If you're looking for the best careers for work–life balance, look no further than IT. With various shifts and schedules, the possibility for remote work and jobs that get you away from your desk, IT careers can give you the balance you're looking for.
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  • September 10, 2018

    Technologist Talk Radio Podcast Visits CompTIA’s Bring Your Kids to Work Day

    In this recent installment of Creating IT Futures’ Technologist Talk Radio podcast, Michelle Lange joins a record crowd for CompTIA’s Bring Your Kids to Work Day and sees firsthand how to inspire the next generation of technologists.
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  • September 10, 2018

    12 CompTIA Resources to Propel Your Career: The Remix

    CompTIA wants you to succeed in your career, so we’ve compiled 12 resources that can help you navigate your job search, develop new skills and stay updated on the industry.
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  • March 20, 2018

    Learning Best Through Tinkering, Imagination, Creativity, and Invention Through FUSE Studios

    N70A5857 Patrick Getchis is a firm believer that kids learn best when they are given tangible opportunities to tinker, imagine, create and invent real things. That’s what happens in his FUSE studio at WyEast Middle School in Hood River, OR.
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  • June 1, 2017

    Columnist’s Corner: Who Are the Technologists of Our (Near) Future?

    ColumnistCorner Our executives create inspiration by sharing expertise and insight with industry magazines as regular columnists. In April, this opinion piece by Charles Eaton appeared for the first time in Recruiter Today: The Career and Employment Magazine. Charles will appear in Recruiter Today on a monthly basis in 2017.
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  • May 25, 2017

    How to Succeed in Tech: Tips for Your First Year in IT

    crush-your-first-year-in-it-blog-image Logan Murphy, a technology consultant and developer who helps new IT pros navigate the landscape of their early careers, offers advice on how to learn your craft, build relationships and prepare for the next step in your IT career.
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