Information Technology

  • Information Technology

  • From high-tech companies to smaller firms, every business needs Information Technology (IT) expertise, either from in-house staff or from outside vendors. Keeping electronic data flowing takes both technical expertise and problem-solving savvy. If you are good at grasping how technology works, have an idea for a new website or computer game, or want a career that is always changing, then Information Technology may be the right career pathway for you.

     

    Career and Technical Student Organization:

    The Technology Student Association (TSA) enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs. TSA accelerates student achievement and supports teachers by providing engaging opportunities to develop STEM skills.

     

    Possible Certifications:

    CompTIA A+

    CompTIA Fundamentals

    CompTIA Networking

    OSHA - Cybersecurity

  • Pathway Course Sequence:

    Course 1 - Computer Maintenance + Lab (2 credits taken at James Reese Career and Technical Center)

    Course 2 - Computer Networking + Lab (2 credits taken at James Reese Career and Technical Center)

    Course 3 - Cybersecurity (taken at James Reese Career and Technical Center)