Robert Westendorf, IT Tech Student used MTI’s staff shadowing opportunity to find career success as part of the Server Management Unit for the State of California’s FI$Cal project.
Kathryn Bucher, says that there are six skill sets which must be mastered in order to be successful in the field of health care.
Glenn Childs, Environmental and Safety Coordinator for JELD-WEN Windows and Doors, says “My education gave me the ground base I needed to go in whatever direction I chose.”
The job requires being able to handle physical stress and having endurance while being able to adapt to different sleep cycles—sometimes only 6 to 8 hours in 72 hours of work.
California’s unemployment rate for October was 7.3 percent, which remain unchanged from the previous month even as the state increased payroll jobs.
Brent J. Meyer, Vice President of the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC), says of his field: “Believe in miracles, perfect timing, and coincidences.”
The art and health benefits of massage have been chronicled for thousands of years from around the world. Now, this profession is undergoing a massive resurgence.
Marcie Mortensson, owner of Mortensson Coaching & Consulting Services, uses her educational background and over 30 years of professional experience in human resources, to help people “find their own solutions.”
The 3,500-square-foot theater will have 900 seats, nine screens, as well as bar and dining options.
Jennifer Harrison advises those who want to be successful in the edtech field, “Learn to quickly recognize technology that is addressing a real need and don’t get enamored with something because it’s sexy.”
Brian Miller, Analyst on the Innovative Technology Solutions Team for the California DMV, says there’s no room fore boredom in an IT career.
Be happy and if you enjoy what you do, you will be the best at what you do. Learn from those who want to teach you, and share your knowledge.”