Top 5 Jobs to Work Remotely

If it is one thing that people have learned during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that having a career that allows you to work remotely can come in handy. Over the last several years, remote jobs have become increasingly common. Many people wonder whether or not remote work will become the norm. For people who have been recently laid off, now may be the time to invest in training for a career with remote work opportunities. This article will list the top 5 jobs to work remotely and recommend career training options to qualify for those jobs. #1 Remote Customer Service …

Special Guest Speaker RaSean Stevens of Datalite Networks

On January 15th, RaSean Stevens, President/CEO of Datalite Networks, a company that provides network support and infrastructure to businesses in the Maryland, Baltimore, and Washington Metropolitan areas, came to Career Technical Institute as a special guest speaker. This event was all organized by Ms. Dina Newman in Career Services and Ms. Shaquea White, a CTI instructor. Mr. Stevens gave CTI students a realistic point of view on the proper protocol for the Help Desk Professional and IT Professional courses.  He also gave students insights into real-world experiences in Information Technology services and discussed the troubleshooting, planning, designing, and customized services …

5 Computer Technician Skills you need to have

As technology evolves, computer technicians need to continually expand their computer technician skills and develop their knowledge of computer hardware and software. Although there are many computer technician skills that are important to acquire, there are at least 5 important technician skills that impact every facet of an IT professional’s career. Here are 5 computer technician skills that you need to have. #1 Communication Skills – Computer technicians need to have great communication skills, both written and oral. They need to be able to explain situations to management in written reports and/or emails. They may also have to explain situations …

5 Reasons to become an IT Professional

If you’ve always felt at home with computers, then a career as an IT Professional might be for you. Being an IT Professional means that no matter where you are located, you can be sure that information technology jobs are readily available. Even with advancements in artificial intelligence, the demand for IT Professionals does not seem to wane, in fact job growth is on the rise. If you’re on the fence about becoming an IT Professional, we’ve come up with some compelling reasons why you should pursue a career as an IT Professional. Here are 5 reasons to consider a …

Why Get an IT Degree

IT professionals are in greater demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 28% job growth rate for information security analysts by 2026. Learn why the AAS Degree in Information Technology at Career Technical Institute (CTI) is a path for success. Contact an Admissions Advisors today to learn more about this program.

Earn Your IT Degree by Transferring Your Credits

Did you know that a surprising number of students have existing college and/or career school credits that are eligible for transfer to another educational institution? If you have taken general education or information technology courses at a college and/or career school, you may have existing course credits that you may be able to transfer. These credits may help you earn an Information Technology Degree with Career Technical Institute (CTI). Many students often attend a community college or vocational school after high school but don’t get a chance to complete all the classes they need to earn their degree. Sometimes students …