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Earning a college degree is an important step on the road to success. Once you are out of school, however, a great way to continue learning – and more importantly, making valuable professional connections – is through professional networking.
Finding female peers, mentors and friends in the Buffalo tech community can be intimidating for those who are new to the scene. Lena Levine, founder of the city’s Girl Develop It chapter, is working to solve that problem.
Earlier this semester, we introduced you to one of our Trailblazers, Marquita Young. Marquita is a 2014 graduate of our Computer Network Administration (CNA) program. We recently spoke to Marquita to learn more about her interest in computer network administration, her time at Trocaire and her plans for the future.
Women in Tech Gain a New Role Model This September, the … Read Article
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