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Careers in IT: The Real Story – Register Now

Are your students curious about Information Technology (IT) or do they think IT is only for geeks? Do they think offshore outsourcing has eliminated all high paying technology jobs in the United States? Do your students believe they don’t have the computer skills, technical competence or aptitude to do well in the information technology sector? Tell them to think again!

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Join us on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at the Carlson Theater, Bellevue College.

Dan Waters an Academic Developer Evangelist at Microsoft is this year’s keynote speaker.

On Dan: For over three years, Dan’s job has been to ignite the passion and creativity in technical students by demonstrating all the great things technology careers have to offer. Dan started a web design company at 15 and spent his pre-Microsoft career as a software developer working in many industries, including retail, healthcare, manufacturing and distribution.
In his spare time, Dan really enjoys being a dad (twice now!). He loves to snowboard and write music, cook, and of course, travel.

Register here!

Microsoft is sponsoring this gift with a Xbox 360 and multiple Xbox games and other giveaways for the grand prize raffle drawing.  Breakfast and lunch are being provided. This event is free, so register now.

For teachers bringing at least 30 students in a bus, please contact maureen.majury@bellevuecollege.edu or info@coeforict.org for a bus stipend as well as a subsidy for a substitute teacher.

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