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Reskill into the diverse world of technology

If you’re good at solving problems and are looking to expand your job options, consider a career in technology. The Wichita area has more than 110 IT-sector companies, and that doesn’t include the large businesses with substantial tech departments. Plus, Wichita was recently named the #1 city in the nation for digital service job growth by the Brookings Institution. Take advantage of funding to help pay for your tuition in a tech-focused program. 

Get trained. Get paid. Contact the Wichita Workforce Center now to get started. Call 316-771-6800 or chat by clicking the icon at the bottom of your screen.

Protect important information and fight against security breaches

The Wichita area has top-notch programs in cybersecurity. Butler Community College is designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education. Friends University has a state-of-the-art cybersecurity lab, one of only three of its kind in the country. Jobs vary from business to defense – the 184th Wing of the Air National Guard at McConnell has about 500 cybersecurity employees. You can start training as early as January 2021 – find a list of local programs here.

Learn how to develop, implement and troubleshoot technology systems

There is a wide range of job opportunities available to you with a degree in software engineering, including quality assurance, IT, programming and more. If you’re tech savvy with an interest in learning more about how programs function, this may be the path for you. The Wichita area has a strong network of tech professionals and numerous continued learning opportunities. Find a list of local programs here.


Interested in a different area of technology? Click here to view more training options, or call the Wichita Workforce Center today at 316-771-6800.

 


The “Get Trained. Get Paid.” campaign was developed to keep and support the Wichita region’s world-class workforce. This initiative connects local training and job opportunities to those who were affected by layoffs. Community partners collaborating on this campaign include the City of WichitaGreater Wichita PartnershipSedgwick County and Workforce Alliance.

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