YWEB-QC & Google IT Training
GOOGLE IT CERTIFICATES
Google IT Certificates can be earned fully online at your own pace – this is a great option for those who are currently employed; however, are looking for additional career growth and opportunity! There are thousands of local IT jobs that are available to graduates of this program, with titles such as Systems Analyst, Support Specialist, Database Administrator, and various other IT jobs. When you complete this course, you will earn up to 12 college credits, and will be prepared to take the CompTIA A+ exams, which are the industry standard for IT. You will also receive resources that will help you launch and advance your career, such as interview tips, mock interview and resume building workshops, as well as career coaching sessions.
YWEB CAREER ACADEMY
The YWEB Career Academy is an employment service program created to provide education in digital skills to traditionally underrepresented or vulnerable populations, such as women, people of color, survivors of domestic violence, and low wage workers. It was created and designed to train individuals to become web developers/designers, while supporting them through the process with support services such as transportation assistance, financial coaching, childcare assistance, and job coaching and placement. Upon completion of the course, students will have opportunities to pursue full-time employment through partnerships established by YWCA Quad Cities.
- are 18 years of age or older
- have a high school diploma or GED (or are enrolled in a program that will result in obtaining a diploma/GED before completion of YWEB)
- DO NOT have a college degree
- have a 6th-7th grade English reading and writing ability
- are currently unemployed or earning a low wage
- have a desire to work in the IT field
To apply for either of these opportunities, please use the form below. Opportunities for the Google IT Certification program are open now, and the first YWEB cohort start date is still to be determined, but will be in the upcoming months.
Volunteer opportunities and partnerships are available for this program – please call the Iowa Empowerment Center at 563.340.0310 for more information, or email Vice President Deanna Woodall at firstname.lastname@example.org.