Inspiring Success

A blog from Creating IT Futures

  • July 19, 2018

    Build Camaraderie in Training, Extend it to Your Career

    portland-graduation-speaker Our latest IT-Ready class graduated in Portland, and from the camaraderie shown at graduation, it seemed as if these students had known each other for years rather than eight weeks. With such camaraderie comes immense support that will extend into their new tech careers.
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  • May 17, 2018

    IT-Ready Charlotte’s new manager to recruit employer partners

    N70A6332_NatashaP Natasha Pender hopes to make IT-Ready Charlotte the primary ‘go to’ source for area employers seeking reliable entry-level tech workers.
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  • June 12, 2017

    Knowledge, insight and initiative leads to promotion

    #FacesOf_Week10_Tucker When Tucker Landis’s mom saw an ad for IT-Ready, she immediately knew the program was exactly what her son needed. So, she encouraged him to apply. Landis knew that IT jobs were plentiful and that they were good jobs – offering attractive wages and hours and upwardly mobile career paths. He only needed an on-ramp to the industry.
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  • December 6, 2016

    Creating Problem-Solvers

    Edina IT-Ready graduation IT-Ready graduated its largest class in Minnesota with 22 new IT problem-solvers ready to gain jobs in the industry.
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  • November 7, 2016

    U.S. Bank seeks strong technical aptitude, exemplary customer-service skills and work ethic in entry-level IT professionals

    us_bank Company’s internal help desk finds recent IT-Ready hires grounded in hard technical and soft professional skills needed to succeed.
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  • March 14, 2016

    Are all IT training programs truly fulfilling employer needs?

    CharlesEaton A new report from JPMorgan Chase reveals uncertainty about how well tech-training programs are meeting employers’ needs. The report looks beyond the hype of the tech worker boom by charting growth and challenges that face IT training programs, and evaluating what efforts work best.
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