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Starts January 18 - Virginia Tech Cyber Bootcamp

Join Virginia Tech’s Cyber Bootcamp and help fight the global threat of cybercrime. Our part-time training program requires no previous experience or knowledge in cybersecurity.

Starts February 8 - Virginia Tech Coding Bootcamp

Keep your day job while learning the skills you need to start an exciting new career as a web developer. Receive career guidance every step of the way, from resume assistance to preparing for successful physical and technical interviews.

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Outreach and International Affairs partners with Fullstack Academy to bring coding, cybersecurity job training.

Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education has formed a partnership with Fullstack Academy to offer live, online bootcamps that will help address the tech industry’s rapid job growth and increasing skills gap.

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Here's what people are saying!

"This is not the first Zoom-based training event I've had, but it was by far the best." VA Dept. of Health Water Quality Training Course Participant

"Since attending the MPWI training, I feel more qualified and confident handling challenges supervisors face like personnel issues or budgetary restraints. In addition to the classroom instruction, the contacts I have made while attending each session have proven to be invaluable." Jack Reed, Mid-Atlantic Public Works Institute

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