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Students at the McKenzie Career Center are getting computer savvy for the future

Classroom to Career
Posted at 8:03 AM, Sep 19, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-19 08:03:53-04

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INDIANAPOLIS — Students at the McKenzie Career Center are figuring out the solutions for all of your computer woes through their IT program.

Students in the technology program learn all about computers servers and networking and how your computer functions.

They problem solve and troubleshoot the different operating systems and learn how to keep your computers secure from viruses. The program prepares students for jobs as a computer service technician, among other high-paying, high-skilled jobs.

The program has different levels, where students work to figure out how to take apart and rebuild computers, brush up on their software skills and network managing and anything that has to do with the technology that runs most of our world.

The program also gets students set up for college with dual credits for degrees in the computer engineering and computer technology programs.

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