From the very beginning, women have served an invaluable role in the field of Information Technology. Some of our most important advances have occurred at the hands of women and by teams including women. Why then, are there not more women in IT? According to a study by the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT),
Many college semesters are coming to a close, high school students are wrapping up their year and everyone is looking to work full-time. This affects the market more than most will realize this summer. For many, the job search has taken 1-2 years and hearing that the job market is about to be flooded with
Pedro Gutierrez is an Asher College success story. Pedro began attending Asher College in October 2013, and in less than a year, finished the Computer Network Technician program and received his CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Network+ certifications. Pedro has been a Deployment Tech contracted with Sutter Health since October 2014. Years prior, Pedro began working
In today’s fast-paced, volatile and competitive global market, businesses and organizations want to ensure their employees have the skills necessary to succeed. This is especially critical for computer and information technology personnel. Information technology certifications can help give students and professionals a competitive edge and open doors to numerous job opportunities and promotions. In contrast
Bruce Alexander has always loved computers and IT. Before joining the Asher College community, Bruce worked for Hewlett-Packard (HP). He decided to go back to school because he wanted to get a deeper understanding of the “language.” He also needed certifications and a formal skill set to really excel in his career. Bruce chose Asher
Do you have a knack for computers? Are you a natural problem solver? If so, a career in IT might be the right path for you! Here are 6 reasons you should consider a career in IT: Computers are everywhere! Computers are part of everything we do. They’re used in schools, by the government, in
What Is Health Information Technology? Health Information Technology (HIT) is a relatively new field in IT management, and it will revolutionize recordkeeping in medical institutions. There are specific benefits that will come with this new technology. These benefits include more efficient service delivery in hospitals and clinics. Medical records are also more secure with HIT than with manual recordkeeping. More importantly, the
The Rise in Demand of Corporate Career Training in IT The IT industry is undoubtedly one of the most demanding professional fields that anyone might find himself/herself in. It is usually characterized with never ending shifts in its prevailing trends, while also witnessing constant technological advancements and dramatically alters the approach most firms use
I challenge you to be the best in everything that you do, this is called the first in everything theory. Be the first person to get to school Be the first person to get their hours in Be the first person to get work in Be the first to graduate Be the first to complete
Often, working adults who go back to college to get a degree or certification have a chosen field in mind, and postsecondary education provides an entryway to help many achieve their career goals. But all too often, their challenge is in understanding their career options. Of course there should be an end goal whenever one
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