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E-Commerce launches Career Guide

An IT Career Guide targeted at students want to carve out a career in the field of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) has been launched by the Department of E-Commerce.

The guide provides information on the various ICT-related opportunities in Bermuda, as well as local IT courses, scholarships available, and interviews with Bermudians in the field.

“This issue of the IT Career Guide features a number of profiles of Bermudians who are making their mark in the profession, such as Coral Wells who was recently selected as Bermuda's Inspiring Woman in ICT,” said a Department statement.

“The Guide also provides information for those who are thinking about exploring ICT as a career path — from a road map of middle and high school classes to the value of personality tests.

“The Guide details different methods of IT study, from using the world's leading universities to e-learning opportunities, and how social media can assist.”

Grant Gibbons, Minister of Economic Development, said: “In this issue of the IT Career Guide, you will see articles that show the diverse palette of career options available to ICT students and read about the rich variety of professionals that use ICT at work.

“This is your Guide. Please use it. Take charge of your career and prepare yourself for a future in ICT.”

Grant Gibbons, Minister of Economic Development (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

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Published November 29, 2016 at 11:04 am (Updated December 08, 2016 at 8:59 pm)

E-Commerce launches Career Guide

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