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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  • February 14, 2019

    Permanent IT-Ready Class Launches at NEIU in Chicago

    Nerves meet number sets in Chicago’s first permanent IT-Ready class, and applications are open until March 22 for the next IT-Ready class in Chicago.
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  • February 12, 2019

    7 Key Ways Employers Support IT-Ready

    Sue Wallace, executive director of national workforce solutions at Creating IT Futures, credits employer partners with the continued success of IT-Ready. She highlights seven ways in which IT-Ready relies on their support and how employers can get involved to find their next entry-level tech hire.
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  • February 8, 2019

    Where Are They Now? Catch Up With Roy Sizemore

    In this latest “Where Are They Now?” blog post, we catch up with 2013 IT-Ready graduate Roy Sizemore, who says college, professional advancement and financial security all have been made possible, thanks to his tech career launched by IT-Ready and Per Scholas.
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  • February 5, 2019

    After another year of successful growth, Creating IT Futures launches new learning opportunities for 2019

    Well paying and upwardly mobile jobs in the tech industry await any qualified job applicant. Here are ways Creating IT Futures will help even more motivated people uncover their IT career potential in 2019.
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  • January 31, 2019

    IT-Ready Charlotte celebrates successful first full year of operation

    Natasha Pender, workforce solutions manager for IT-Ready Charlotte, says the site goes into 2019 with plenty of success stories to celebrate — including 61 graduates who have secured employment in the tech industry.
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