Welcome to our weekly round-up of news, events and opportunities for IT Academy members. 

Benefit Spotlight

MTA Certification: Students’ Encouraging First Step into Technology

 Does your IT Academy program offer Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification? If not, now’s a good time to consider offering this recommended entry point into IT certification and job preparation.

MTA is an optional industry-recognized certification for those pursuing a career path in IT infrastructure, database design, or software development using Microsoft technologies. Students must pass just one exam to achieve certification, giving them an encouraging first step toward a career in technology.

For IT Academy participants, MTA enhances understanding of IT fundamentals and validates core knowledge. The certification fits well into the existing curriculum to bridge the gap to more advanced certifications and gives program participants another impressive accomplishment on their CV.

MTA certification tracks (click to download PDF)



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Events

Register Today for the May IT Academy Webinar

What: The May IT Academy Webinar
When: May 23rd from 8-9am PST
Where: Streaming online from the convenience of your computer
Why: Keep up with program updates and new opportunities for members. As the last webinar of the 2012-3 academic session, we’ll brief you on the program roadmap for the coming year—critical information you need to optimize your curriculum next year.
How: Register today using your IT Academy ID

Other IT Academy News

Washington State IT Academy Sets Sail on Certification Program

Monroe High School, located at the foothills of the Cascade mountains outside Seattle, just launched its IT Academy certification program in February; but in that short time, 10 students have already earned 14 certifications and are working to complete additional certifications before the end of the school year.

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