The Iron Yard has great opportunities for students seeking to learn software development. Contact Toni to learn more about you can get started!
Check out this list of books that Jason Sango mentioned during his presentation as well as a copy of the "What Will Matter" poem!
Andy Seely's presentation was chock-full of helpful (and witty!) career tips that are sure to be valuable to all students! Check out his presentation to see all of the tips!
Also, if you need to take ITM 220, check to see if Professor Seely is teaching any sections for that semester! You won't regret it!
Check out the presentation PowerPoint and example resume!
Jim Risler referred to many great resources during his presentation, so we compiled them all here, including his presentation slides!
Ms. Beltz is a charismatic leader with a unique background in the technology field. She will be helping students understand how to set realistic expectations for entering the workplace, what skills are most important to highlight during interviews, and the tried-and-true benefits of networking and what you can do to improve your own networking experiences.
Meet the Panelists
5 of UT's Info Security and IT Professionals + 1 Career Services Director + 1 Great Moderator from TBTF
Click each name to read more information about the panelists!
Dr. Harold Webb | Associate Professor of Information Technology Management at UT
The discussion centers on the increasing
importance of mobile computing for businesses and organizations and the increasing need for obtaining skills in these emerging IT areas. Four key areas are covered:
Betsy Irizarry (Chief HR Officer), Lizzette Vargaas-Brewer, Patty Davie | PMSI
Tammy Clark | Chief Information Security Officer at The University of Tampa
The world we live in today is so different from a decade ago—more than ever, privacy and information security are critical concerns for all of us.
We appreciate all of
the speakers who take the time to present to students in The Technology Club.
Students can make the most of these opportunities by reviewing the resources
used by the speakers. These resources are organized by presentation topic as shown below.