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MyComputerCareer Raleigh Celebrates Community Heroes: Offering Full Scholarship for Information Technology Systems Administrator Program
RALEIGH, N.C., May 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — MyComputerCareer is showing its support for military members and first responders by encouraging community members to pursue their dreams of an Information Technology (I.T.) career through a full tuition and fees scholarship to their Information Technology Systems Administrator (ITSA) program.
“I.T. is an ever expanding field that offers professionals an outstanding career and lifestyle” said Tony Galati, Founder and CEO of MyComputerCareer. “In honor of those who give so much in service, we’re offering this scholarship as one small way to give back to this community.” Anyone may enter to win the scholarship and military members, whether active or veterans, as well as first responders, may either use the scholarship or transfer it to an immediate family member if they win.
In honor of military personnel, MyComputerCareer will be bringing the POW-MIA Freedom Car to the event at Crabtree Valley Mall. The Freedom Car is a NASCAR Late Model Stock car that is part of a national awareness campaign commemorating America’s Prisoners of War and Missing in Action. Over 87,800 American warfighters are still officially listed as MIA, while over 130,000 Americans have been held as POWs since World War II. The Freedom Car campaign was launched in 2010 by Team Johnson Motorsports with the American Legion. MyComputerCareer became the title sponsor of the car in 2016.
You can learn more and register for the chance to win the scholarship online at Community Heroes Scholarship. You can double your chances of winning by stopping by the MyComputerCareer booth on May 20th at the Crabtree Valley Mall from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. You can view contest rules and regulations online at 94.7 QDR.
Anyone interested in learning more about MyComputerCareer should visit www.mycomputercareer.edu or speak to a Career Advisor by calling 866-606-6922.
Launched in 2007, MyComputerCareer provides technical training, certification preparation and job placement support for adult learners looking to enter the Information Technology industry, as well as professionals seeking career advancement. Based in Holly Springs, North Carolina, MyComputerCareer is an innovative adult technical school with courses taught online and at its seven campuses in Indiana, Ohio, North Carolina and Texas. Students who complete MyComputerCareer’s Information Technology programs may earn up to 13 highly valuable I.T. Certifications in areas ranging from Operating Systems to Computer Networks and Cyber Security.
About the POW-MIA Freedom Cars
The POW-MIA Freedom Cars are dedicated to promoting and increasing public awareness of the POW-MIA issue, educating future generations of the POW-MIA cause and reminding our fellow Americans that the greatest tragedy of all is to be forgotten. http://freedomcar.org/
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