In the midst of dizzying growth in the tech sector, many aren’t sure of the career paths available in Computing and IT and what’s needed to get into each of them.
“People are hearing that they should get into tech but don’t always feel they know what that means.”
Full-time Computing and IT Info Session
On December 6 at the BCIT Burnaby Campus, BCIT Computing Associate Dean Bethany Edmunds will lead an overview of different full-time training paths. She’ll cover Computing and IT programs offered by BCIT as well as insight into the kinds of work graduates of those programs can expect.
“This sector is growing and changing. Even when someone has a sense of what they’re good at, and what they enjoy doing, it can be hard to map that onto the right program,” explains Bethany.
“Whether it’s creating, configuring, or commanding computer software and information systems, the tech industry is vast. People are hearing that they should get into tech but don’t always feel they know what that means.”
The December 6 BCIT Computing and IT Info Session aims to provide guidance and answer questions.
Explore and ask questions
After an overview of related full-time programs, visitors will be able to break out into individual program areas—from Robotics to Business and IT Management—to ask detailed questions and further explore their options.
To learn more, register for the December 6 info session.