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Code Louisville has recently partnered with Jefferson Community & Technical College (JCTC) to provide a hands-on approach to learning software development through an online curriculum paired with in-person classes led by experienced mentors. Upon completion, participants can pursue a degree or certificate in programming from a college or university if they choose to do so.
Tech Louisville, a new program by KentuckianaWorks in partnership with AMPED, will prepare around 300 people locally to become IT Support professionals. The program will be offered at no cost to participants and will offer classroom and online learning as well as mentorship with an experienced pro while participants earn their Google IT Support Professional Certificate. Participants must meet program requirements.
This is a great time to "be in tech” (bit). Our region needs software developers, and bit502 provides training, education, and real-world experience. bit502 is an apprentice-style program where you'll study computer and information technologies while working and learning on the job. You’ll take classes in high demand skills like Java, Python, HTML, CSS, Security, Networking and Databases.
The Humana Foundation, Interapt and the University of Louisville are partnering to bring a paid, immersive training program that teaches high-demand IT skills to the underemployed and unemployed in the Louisville community. Louisville Skills will provide up to 25 individuals the opportunity to build the technical, business and life skills necessary to work in a fast-paced, high-tech environment, preparing them to launch promising careers in the tech industry.