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Bryan Stevenson Talks About the Challenges and Opportunities of Creating the Ideal IT Career Pathway

• Who is the ideal Information Technology (IT) student?
• What did they do to forge a successful career in IT?
• Can such a student’s experiences and education be distilled into relevant recommendations and considerations for future IT students?
Find out about Bryan Stevenson’s challenges and opportunities forging a successful IT career pathway.

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Pathways to IT Applied Baccalaureate Degrees for WA State Students Summit

WA State Workforce Education Administrators are invited to send their college’s IT team to “Pathways to IT Applied Baccalaureate Degrees for Washington State Students” (Friday, June 7, 2013 at Microsoft). The day will focus on creating a cohesive process for coordinating efforts, sharing best practices, and unifying in order to address the shortage of work-ready IT four-year graduates.

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Find Out What an Web Application Developer Does…

What does Andrew Craswell, a community and technical college student, now a University of Washington computer science major, do for Bellevue College? He develops web applications as a part-time employee. Andrew has excellent insights into why you should consider a career pathway in Information Technology, as well as tips for ensuring a smooth educational and career pathway.

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