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How to Start a Career in Technology - Without a 4-Year Degree

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How to Start a Career in Technology - Without a 4-Year Degree


Do you want to start a career in an industry that offers a high earning potential without requiring a 4-year college degree, or are you looking to advance your current IT career?

You can prepare for a career in IT and Cybersecurity with little or no prior experience. Earn key certifications and transition into a career in technology in weeks… not years!

In this FREE information session, hear from an industry leader on how you can train for an exciting career in the high-demand and growing industry of IT. You can prepare for a new career in as little as 9 weeks!

As a bonus for attending, you will receive information on how to register for a FREE IT course.

Information Session Details:

Thursday, December 9th, 6:30 PM EDT

At this event, hear from Bill Cook from Cook Technology, an on-site IT support and consulting company, who will give an overview of the exciting world of Cybersecurity, current trends in IT & Network Security, hiring expectations, and career opportunities. Learn about the increasing need for certified IT professionals and how you can start on a path to a new career Today!

Key Topics of Discussion:

- Why are careers in IT and Cybersecurity growing and in high demand?
- What does a day in the life of an IT professional look like?
- Hear about the current demand and opportunities in Information Technology and Cybersecurity.
- Learn about specific in-demand careers in Information Technology (IT) & Cybersecurity that have a great future for growth.
- Understand the credentials employers are looking for.
- Learn how to prepare for IT certifications in as little as 9 weeks.
- Explore a variety of funding options including special scholarships for those looking to make a career change.
- Learn how to register for a FREE IT course

Register for Your Virtual Seat Now!

Your presenter is:

Bill Cook - Founder, Cook Technology

I studied many fields before and since majoring in marketing and advertising, but I have found myself, professionally, most useful as a consultant. I am very good at working myself out of a job. So I started an IT consulting company, Cook Technology in 2000. Now, taking those ideas globally, I am professionally unprofessional, direct in what I say, and reachable 24/7 by every communication method known to man. When I am done, so is my job. I have never left a task unfinished. I have a talent for cross-platform functionality and producing unique results by blending a background in technology and art.
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