ASHLAND, Ky. –Ashland Community and Technical College will be hosting “Cloud Night” where incoming students to the Cloud Computing program featuring Amazon Web Services can learn more about certificate and degree options.
Professor Randolph Cullum, Program Coordinator for the Computer Information Technologies program will also answer the fundamental question, “What is cloud computing?”
Prospective students who are considering enrolling in the program, or anyone who wants to know more about cloud computing, are also invited to attend.
The open house will be Monday, August 9 beginning at 6 p.m. at the ACTC College Drive Campus in the LRC Conference Room.
“This event will be dual purpose,” said Cullum. “The first goal is to get potential AWS students exposed to the major. The second goal is to introduce business leaders to cloud computing, the potential of our AWS graduates and how students and employers can work together.”
The Cloud Computing Technologies Track provides the concepts and skills needed to design, set-up, and maintain cloud-based information systems. The curriculum provides specific training in Amazon Web Services solutions as well as network administration and storage technologies.
Employment opportunities are located worldwide. IT professionals are in high demand and starting salaries are some of the highest in the IT profession. Employment will include cloud-based system design and administration for medium to large businesses and organizations, as well as government entities.
Enrollment Services will be available to assist with any questions as well.
For more information about the open house, contact Randolph Cullum at Randolph.Cullum@kctcs.edu.
ACTC Recruitment can also be reached at as_recruitment@KCTCS.edu, (606) 326-2040, or (606) 326-2094.