CIS News | Fall 2017

IT Apprenticeships | Professor Kevin Anderson

Professor Anderson, our Security Programs faculty has been working with the State to coordinate apprenticeships with state workers.

The apprenticeships link current state workers with courses at community colleges and on-the-job training within state offices. The apprentices retain their full-time wages, but are allowed time for coursework and special training.

SEIU grants give state workers on-the-job training for promotions


 

Maker Fridays | Professor Jim Town

Join Professor Jim Town for Maker Friday’s this fall as he hosts an interactive activity for anyone interested in knowing more about Computer Information Science. This semester’s theme is ART. No programming or electronics experience necessary. Open to all SCC Faculty, Staff, and Students.

Visit   Artduino Workshop Series for more information.


 

Computer Information Science Clubs
Programming, Web, Women Who Code | Professor Krofchok, Little and Xu

All students are welcome. We encourage your participation! Come join us!

Programming, Web, Women Who Code

Next tri-club Meeting | October 19, 2017 | 5:00pm – 5:50pm – B153c

  • Planning for hosting our Exploring Computer Information Science event for November.
  • Networking and other planning

 


 

Exploring Computer Information Science
Coming Soon | Date to be announced

The Computer Information Science Clubs: Web, Programming and Women who Code are looking to host an event with CIS faculty for exploring Programming and Web Development. The event will be open to the community, and we encourage anyone interested in knowing more about Computer Information Science to attend!

Our event will have workshops in Programming and Web Development, and have information available for all of our Computer Information Science programs. We will also have information about our new Cohort starting in Spring 2018 for Women Who Code.

Please register to be notified of the date for our next event. We will send you an email so you can save the date.


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