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Building an IT Career Ready Washington: 2015 and Beyond: Introduction

In considering what transforms someone who has even a mild curiosity about pursuing an academic and career pathway in IT, one of the primary questions is, what are the critical components that can produce an ideal IT
• student,
• graduate,
• job candidate, and finally,
• worker?

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Often, IT employers bemoan the lack of innovation and critical thinking in an IT graduate. Why do you think that is? What can a student do to “grow” their own capacity to innovate think critically?

Find out what IT students should be learning in order to “grow” their capacity to innovate and think critically.

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Develop A Cybersecurity Camp for High School Students

Whatcom Community College (WCC) hosts a Cybersecurity Center to provide access to Information Security and Information Assurance (IA) resources. Develop a Cybercamp at your college by can be adopting the materials Whatcom created through NSF-funding.

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Working Connection Reports: Best Practices, Curriculum, Lesson Plans, & More…

You can now download the Working Connections Institute reports detailing what was learned as a result of the training; new best practices; implementation plans for the fall 2012 classroom; and, any changes in technology that was covered in the training. (Including problem-based learning, Windows 8, Office 15, and Android Programming)

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