Connecticut Technical Education and Career System’s Information Technology course breakdown by grade. Each student is required to complete four years of a Career Technical Education program.
Students successfully completing this course of study will be able to pursue a two-year computer technology degree at state colleges and universities or go on to a four-year computer engineering degree. Students can obtain immediate employment in the information technology area. Jobs include: help desk assistant, sales, systems technician and database maintenance, to name a few. Students graduating from Information Technology also find great success in the military in fields like communications, information management and information technologies.
On April 18 2018, Prince Techs IT department hosted DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, that gives middle and high school girls opportunities to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops. The success of this event is highlighted on Microsoft’s New England Blog and Channel 61.