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July 15 02:09 PM


Student Project Presentations

IT Career Program SSA and FSWD Presentations

Upon completion of their training, our Full Stack Web Developer and Systems & Security Administrator students are required to present their Final Projects to fellow students, instructors and staff. Employers and Recruiters are also encouraged to attend these presentations. Come see first-hand what technical and soft skills these students have to offer your company! See what employers say.

  • Watch students demonstrate their technical knowledge and skills.
  • Identify the groups’ shining stars.
  • Save time in your recruiting process.
  • Build your candidate network for present and future openings.
Full Stack Web Developers

At the end of the training program students wrap things up by spending their final weeks building a data driven web application from front to back. They design, build, test, deploy and present their projects to students in other classes, staff members as well as employers.

Systems & Security Administrators

At the end of the training program students wrap things up by spending their final weeks building a project where they implement a full server and network infrastructure built on physical rack servers and network devices. The project utilizes all that they have learned during the program.

Come check out a presentation to see first-hand what students learn. Presentation observations are a great way to identify those shining stars of the group that fit your company’s culture!


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KANSAS CITY CUSTOMERS:
Call Alex Carnahan at 913.322.7038 or message her with the form on the left.
ST. LOUIS CUSTOMERS:
Call Tina Pugh at 913.322.7060 or message her with the form on the left.

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