Navigating a Post-Pandemic IT Hiring Boom: How to Get Hired and Sustain a Career in Tech Job markets in general are experiencing significant turbulence, but for many reasons, the ride for IT job seekers may be less bumpy. This is due to the tech sector’s resiliency compared to other industries. According to CBRE Labor Analytics, […]
Labor market analytics company Emsi joined the 2021 IT Summit and gave an overview of the most in-demand tech jobs and skills across Washington. What skills are employers looking for? Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Data Analysis, SQL and more – view the data or contact us for more details.
Roles and Perceptions of Community Colleges Most people think of a community college as an economical alternative to more expensive four-year universities. It is where a student can complete two years of undergraduate class requirements and attain an associate degree without accruing massive loan debt. Because of significantly lower tuition costs, community colleges are also widely praised for providing lower-income students greater access to higher education. But […]
Q & A with Brianna Rockenstire, Director, Center of Excellence for Information & Computing Technology Brianna Rockenstire’s goal is to harness the IT talent being developed in Washington state’s 34 community and technical colleges to create a workforce solution that helps solve the nagging technology skills gap facing employers across many industries. A big job indeed. Her background and experiences make her well-suited to the challenge. She has […]
The Center of Excellence is happy to announce the keynote presentation for this year’s IT Summit: Product Inclusion: Why We Should Build With, Not For – a conversation with Verizon Media The IT Summit kicks off on Thursday, May 20th at 10:00am. Faculty can register for the IT Summit here.
The Center of Excellence is looking forward to welcoming faculty to this year’s IT Summit on May 20 and 21. Thursday, May 20th, 2021 | 10am-12pm Welcome & Announcements Keynote Presentation: “Product Inclusion: Why We Should Build With, Not For” Ramcess Jean-Louis, Global Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – Verizon Media Cindy Joung, Head […]
Despite the ongoing conversation about the need for more diversity in tech, women continue to be underrepresented in the field and often face an uphill battle for their skills and talents to be recognized. Many women pursuing careers in technology face barriers at every stage of their career development, from earning a degree to landing […]
Tech employers are looking for candidates with the right mix of technical skills, soft skills like collaboration and adaptability, and a portfolio that highlights their work. A critical first step in starting a career in information technology is passing the technical interview. Read the roundup below for tips: https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/interviewing/technical-interview https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/interviewing/technical-interview-preparation https://learntocodewith.me/posts/technical-interview/ https://dev.to/seattledataguy/the-dos-and-don-ts-for-passing-your-technical-interview-55ap https://www.themuse.com/advice/how-to-prep-for-your-technical-interview-advice-from-a-hiring-manager