Michigan Shifting Code is a career transition program designed to address critical workforce shortage areas related to computer programming and other demand occupations which are considered key to helping sustain and grow Michigan’s emerging IT industry. Each Shifting Code project is determined by local market conditions and designed to quickly respond to demand from regional employers with similar program language/staffing needs by customizing training solutions that can be targeted at unemployed or underemployed technical talent or those seeking to transition to high-demand software programming occupations. The program includes an assessment, comprehensive classroom training, mentorship, coaching and a practicum/internship component. By the end of the training, participants are transformed into more adaptable professionals with experiences, knowledge and skills related to their new roles.
If you would like to be notified about upcoming Shifting Code opportunities, please fill out this form to be added to our distribution list. There is no obligation, and in addition to being automatically alerted when registration opens for new Shifting Code cohorts, people who sign up will be provided with periodic updates on other related IT career options and programs.
Please note: Due to high demand for the limited number of slots available through each cohort, Shifting Code does utilize a competitive application and selection process. Additionally, any candidates accepted into a training program will be required to pay $100 to participate.
Are your IT skills right for today’s and tomorrow’s software environments and employer requirements? Did you know the region is an IT/software hub where hundreds of jobs are available and more coming online every day?
In late September training begins for Java and some related subsets such as Java Script, JQuery and JDBC.
Several, area employers are interested in interviewing the program’s participants. Three will be involved right from the start with our panel-interviews: Advaita (genetic code, data analysis tools), Systems in Motion (multi-client, enterprise-level application development) and Workforce Software (the leader in workforce management software).
There are hundreds of jobs in the IT industry available in the greater Lansing area, but people need the right skills to capitalize on these great jobs. Capital Area Tech Knowledge E-Pathways program is a training and scholarship opportunity for job seekers who are looking to transition into the IT career field.
E-Pathways is now recruiting for fall enrollment including two associate degree programs, computer science and computer programming, for this fall. E-Pathways offers full scholarships to Lansing Community College for short-term training and associate degree programs.
People who are currently working part-time or aren’t utilizing their current degree are eligible for E-Pathways. For more information on upcoming informational sessions, visit epathways.org.
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