Computers and those professionals that maintain, troubleshoot, program, administer, network, and build them are central to most every industry. Technology changes constantly, and the digital tools you use today may be obsolete in only a year or two. Few industries put such a premium on adaptability, flexibility, and quick learning, because good computer experts need to be learning throughout their career, always working to catch up to the latest tools. Continuing education will always be part of a tech career, either formally (as in courses and workshops) or informally, on your own time.
Description: For a public education facility, interactivity is key. The Director of the North Carolina Aquarium at Ft. Fischer has expressed that there exists an opportunity for a group of East Carolina University students to help expand not only the facility’s interactive capacity, but also their skills and technological prowess by working to design and implement a … Read moreRead More →