This is the second blog in our series, What to Do After School: Starting a Secure, Life-long Career. Last week, we examined why IT certification training is a great option for high school grads who aren’t sure that pursuing a college degree is right for them. But what about those who did not complete their high school education and don’t have a GED? Certification training fills a vital role for these individuals as well.
College is a common route for high school students, but it’s far from the only one. Why spend four years and tens of thousands on a degree when you can earn IT certifications — and start working — with a fraction of that time and money? This was the reasoning that roommates Michael Lim and Michael-Anthony Shipman came to. They gave LeaderQuest a try and haven’t looked back since.
Some myths about veterans aren’t just dumb, they can actually be harmful. Here are the top seven misconceptions about vets and the truth behind the men and women in uniform.
When seeking to join the ever-growing field of information technology, two of the most common paths to competency are degrees and certifications. While both of these options can get you to the same place, they are by no means created equal! In this blog, we’ll take a look at some of the important differences between these two routes.
We’re excited to introduce our 2020 Instructor Mentors! Instructor Mentors ensure that our students have all the support they need and the best possible chance of passing their certification exams!
Want to pass the Cisco CCNA certification exam? Check out our all-inclusive study guide to get you on the right path early. Follow the link to learn more.
Salaries for IT professionals are skyrocketing, but the size of that jump might be more than you expect. Follow the link to learn about the hottest IT careers in 2020.
Are degrees or certifications a better route for you? Read this blog to learn about this topic from the perspective of an investment in your future.