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Networking
  1. Cybersecurity
  2. Data Management
  3. Networking
  4. Software Development

Networking

Networking is the thread (literally!) that connects different functions within the tech industry. “While jobs [in] data collection, manipulation, and analysis are extremely important to [modern business], few of those employees could do their jobs, despite their talent level, without a properly running and efficient communications network,” writes Tech Republic, a leading resource for tech professionals.

Networking Pathway

  1. While in High School
  2. CoLAB Pathway Enrollment
  3. College credits (AP, dual enrollment)
Work-Based Learning

Professional Development:

Portfolio (e.g., Github)
Clearance Awareness
  1. With Associate's Degree
  2. A.A.S Network Technology

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. Systems Administrator
  2. Network Engineer

Professional Development:

A+, Cloud+, IT Fundamentals, Linux Essentials, LPIC-1, Microsoft Operating System Fundamentals, Network+
  1. With a Bachelor's Degree
  2. B.S. Engineering
  3. B.S. Information Technology

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. Network Administrator
  2. Linux Administrator
  3. SharePoint Administrator

Professional Development:

A+, Cloud+, IT Fundamentals, Linux Essentials, LPIC-1, Microsoft Operating System Fundamentals, Network+
  1. With a Grad Degree
  2. M.S. Engineering

Off Ramp to Industry

  1. Network Architect
  2. Data Architect
  3. Senior Architect

Professional Development:

A+, Cloud+, IT Fundamentals, Linux Essentials, LPIC-1, Microsoft Operating System Fundamentals, Network+
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