When your company or branch goes under, it can feel like a deathblow. Where do you go next? How do you move up in your career now that your old place of employment is gone? LeaderQuest can help you get the training you need to find and thrive and advance in a new position in the IT industry.
Eric was working as a Systems Admin when he got laid off. Struggling to make ends meet, he took a job transporting cards from repo to auction. Eric knew he wanted to continue his career in IT but he needed to add education and certification to his resume. Read to find out about Eric’s path to success and how LeaderQuest’s IT programs can help you quickly get hired in an IT role.
After receiving a dreaded layoff notice, Richard went to his local workforce center and began his IT career journey. Read his story to find out how LeaderQuest helped him attain in-demand skills and get a new, great-paying IT job fast!
From March of 1991 to March of 2012, Matthew Rardon worked his way up the military ladder, starting his military career in the United States Air Force as an Airman Basic and retiring as a Major. Follow Matt’s story about his transition from the military to a rewarding civilian IT career!
Colorado Springs, CO – Lester had a wife and 3 young children upon retirement from the US Army and quickly realized his pension alone wasn’t going to cut it. Read our short, true story about how Lester succeeded to quickly complete his IT career training and secure employment to continue on to be the success he is today!
Colorado Springs, CO – In 2015, Christopher Branch was preparing to transition from active duty in the US Air Force to civilian life. As he approached his separation date, he began looking into job opportunities and soon faced the tough reality that he needed to solidify and quantify his education and IT skills.
Dallas, TX – In Jonathan’s words, “I was skeptical at first, but my college professor had been emphasizing the importance of IT certifications in addition to a formal education. I am so glad I checked LeaderQuest out! I am loving my new job and am excited about the future.”