Information Technology Career
After completing the Information Technology Specialist program at CCNN, you are ready to face the market and offer your best services. The program aims to teach and empower the people of Northern Nevada with skills for the future.
With an IT certification, several jobs await you. However, be sure to take your time to decide on the path you wish to pursue. From there, find a job and share your IT skills and solutions with the world.
Some of the careers you can choose are discussed below:
Mobile App Developer
In the US, over 85 percent of adults own a smartphone. Every business, organization and governmental entity needs to develop a variety of apps so that people have easy access to the products and services they need from their phones. At CCNN you will learn the basic programming skills you need to begin developing mobile applications and serving this fast-growing market.
Computer Systems Engineer
Every person needs a computer with perfect networking and in good condition. As a computer systems engineer, your job is to ensure your clients get exactly that. The work entails repairing, designing, installing and maintaining computer systems. In addition to recommending computer changes as needed, you will also evaluate the benefits and costs of the systems.
“The Cloud” refers to the ability to run applications and databases using remote computing power instead of locally stored computing power. While this approach does offer additional concerns like cybersecurity, possible lag and a lack of control over uptime, there are significant benefits as well.
Companies who use the cloud avoid much of the cost of investing in expensive computers and servers and avoid having their functions and information impacted by natural disasters, power outages or physical vandalism. The Cloud Engineer ensures that the cloud infrastructure is configured securely and properly.
Software Quality Assurance (QA tester)
QA testers are responsible for ensuring software is well-developed and tested before releasing it to the market. Another role is to oversee the stages of any development. Software released should meet the needs and standards set by the development company.
Meeting deadlines while sticking to the budget is also a crucial role of a QA tester.
IT Security Analyst
The Cybersecurity industry is always looking for hackers. Not the underground hackers that destroy, but ethical hackers. What you will work on is called “Exceptional Testing”. The more your tests (hacks) fail, the higher the security of the system. Aim at getting better tests.
Other categories of work you can do are:
- Computer Science Teacher- Teach IT
- Business Intelligence Analyst- For data mining and data storage structures
- Computer Support Specialist- Help employees in company IT departments
- Data Manager- Organize and analyze storage spaces
At Career College of Northern Nevada (CCNN), we pride ourselves on giving you the best IT career path. A wide variety of computer courses and IT programs are tailored just for you. It will take you less than two years to become an IT professional. Come and learn from the best in Northern Nevada.
Contact us for more information about the Information Technology Specialist program at CCNN by calling: 775-241-4445 or complete the contact form at the bottom of this page.