Launch Your Success
“I love my career.” That’s what we hear again and again from IT professionals.
Information technology is really about people -- getting people the information they need, when they need it. IT professionals figure out ways to make people’s work (and play) flow with technology.
Training in IT can prepare you to work in healthcare, sports, retail, fashion, hospitality, banking — or any other industry.
We hear from IT professionals every day on why they love their careers. They love the collaboration with people, the daily problem-solving and the diversity of opportunities. Plus IT careers provide high salaries and upward mobility.
Learn more about how IT professionals achieved their dream careers by reading below. Plus check out our Test Drive an IT Career video series
or download our Pathways Magazine
to meet even more IT professionals sharing their success stories.
In a dead-end career, Rachel made the jump to the information technology field. Her launching pad was IT-Ready.
Hard work and challenging herself in high school, college, and graduate school has paid off for Megan Lewis.
Now CEO of M-Power Tech, it’s hard to imagine that Miranda started out her IT career as a receptionist.
Good guidance led Craig to four degrees and owning his own company. Now, Craig has advice for today’s young people.
From a student in Iraq in the late 1970s to a successful IT professional, and a Canadian citizen.
After a medical discharge from the Navy, Will had the drive and perseverance to turn his love of computers into a career.
Julius earned an associate’s degree in electronics & worked a number of technology-related jobs before landing in IT security.
Lakecia Gunter uses her knowledge of engineering and IT to give back in her community and help others.
Originally set on a career in the social sciences, Ruth couldn’t stay away from technology jobs and now loves her IT career.
Ngina, working full-time in technical support, credits IT-Ready’s training with helping her land the job.
Dale Burkett was an unlikely candidate for a tech career. He grew up in Trinidad and had to lobby for his father to buy a computer.