New Horizons Computer Learning Centers Earns 2019-2020 Military Friendly® School Designation

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers announced today that it has earned the 2019-2020 Military Friendly® School Silver Designation. This will be the seventh consecutive year receiving this award. The 2019 Military Friendly® Schools list honors the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.

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Tech Jobs that Will Lead the Way in 2019

Much of the growth in the U.S. economy over the past year has been due to gains in the technology sector, a trend that was reflected in PayScale’s worker survey data. Of the 10 fastest growing jobs in our crowdsourced salary data, half were in technology professions. We saw the largest increase in full stack software developers in 2018, with a 572 percent increase in respondents compared to 2017. There is intense demand for highly skilled tech workers across industries.

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New Horizons announces new partner to offer students National Job Placement Opportunities

New Horizons Career Development Solutions is excited to present a new partnership opportunity to assist placing our students in in-demand IT careers across the country. As a leader in the IT industry, Yochana is a National Recruiting firm specializing in placing Entry-Level to Senior-Level IT talent throughout the United States.

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Using Your Veteran Post 9/11 GI Bill® Benefits

New Horizons Learning Group has been approved to provide training to those who qualify for Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits. If you are looking to upgrade your skills or begin a career in Information Technology, then consider using your benefits at New Horizons Learning Group.

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Dislocated Worker Begins New Role as Compliance Manager

In 2016, Theresia was laid off from her $34 per hour job as an Operations Manager for RTQ Logistics due to the company downsizing. After being laid off Theresia found the job search process strenuous. She was either overqualified for the positions she was applying for or didn't have the degree requirements the position mandated, despite having the experience. 

After multiple interviews, depression and disappointment became evident during this process. After being referred by a friend, Theresia enrolled into a dislocated worker program at the South Bay Workforce Investment Board Career Services Division in Carson City.  She was referred to adult training schools to help highlight her experience with the necessary certifications employers were looking for. 

Upon enrolling with New Horizons Career Development Solutions, Theresia focused on earning her Project Management Professional and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certifications. With these additional certifications, and her experience, Theresia was able to expand her career search to additional opportunities. Project Management and Lean Six Sigma Training helped accentuate her current skill set and validate her experience for the next part of her journey.

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