MyComputerCareer, Crabtree Valley Mall and 94.7 QDR have teamed up to salute our military and first responders for Community Heroes Day on May 20! This will be a fun family event featuring several activities and demonstrations for local emergency responders. QDR will be broadcasting live at Crabtree Valley Mall from 10am until 12pm and giving away prizes throughout the day. To see the full schedule of events, visit Crabtree-Valley-Mall.com.
In addition, you’ll have the chance to win a full ride scholarship to MyComputerCareer - a nationally accredited IT Training school that helps hundreds of people change careers every year. MyComputerCareer offers a precise technical education designed to position you to improve your life by achieving a rewarding career in IT. It is accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) and is able to receive federal financial aid as well as the Post 911 GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation through the Veteran’s Administration, and Workforce Investment Act benefits to qualified candidates and programs.
Stop by to see the MyComputerCareer POW-MIA Freedom Car, a NASCAR Late Model Stock car that is part of a national awareness campaign commemorating America’s Prisoners of War and Missing In Action. In addition, Representatives of MyComputerCareer will be performing computer demonstrations throughout the day and providing tips on how you can keep your electronic information secure.
Register below for the chance to win the scholarship and then stop by their booth on May 20th to double your chances!
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Deadline to enter online contest is 11:59pm on May 19, 2017. View Contest Rules.
MyComputerCareer scholarship is provided for the Information Technology Systems Administrator (ITSA) program. The ITSA program is either 30 or 42 weeks in length with in-class attendance required twice weekly. Courses cover fundamentals to advanced level skills in IT systems maintenance, management, security, and administration. Up to 9 industry certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA are available through the program. A High School Diploma or GED is required to enroll in the program. Students must complete 80% of the program hours in order to graduate. Lifetime Career Placement Services are included, but industry certification and employment is not guaranteed. Students will be required to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards set by the school, consisting of a minimum GPA and attendance percentage. Failure to meet academic standards could result in expulsion from the program and loss of scholarship. No cash equivalent will be offered under any circumstance. Scholarship winners will receive all the benefits of enrollment including a laptop computer, necessary software, online curriculum access, private tutoring, and Lifetime Career Services. Early withdrawal from the program could result in a limited financial liability for non-refundable costs and forfeiture of Lifetime Career Services. The MyComputerCareer Heros Scholarship is non-transferable except for Military personnel and First Responders who may, at their sole option, assign it to an immediate family member. Scholarship may be activated anytime within one calendar year of the award date. Disclosure and acknowledgement of ALL program benefits, requirements, terms and conditions will take place with a MyComputerCareer Admissions Director prior to enrollment.