IT Career Training
DiverseIT trains people who are interested making technology a career. Our aim is to extend the many employment opportunities offered in the field of technology to people with disabilities, people of color, and other populations that are too often excluded from IT.
Ours is a professional, hands-on environment that uses multiple strategies including on-the-job training, internships, group training, project-based learning, individual mentoring, and online training.
Our career track options are listed below, as well as information about financial aid.
IT Career Training Options
Career Training Tracks
Computer Repair Training: Hardware & Software
Through this DiverseIT training our interns earn certifications in A+, Network +, and Security +. People in this training track are also better prepared to work on other computer language, software, or hardware certifications that fit their career goals.
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For candidates between 17 and 29 years of age, financial assistance may be available through the TechHire New Mexico grant program. To determine if you are eligible for the grant program, you must attend one of the TechHire New Mexico orientations. Orientations are every Monday (except holidays) from 9:00 to 10:00 AM at the New Mexico Workforce Connection, 501 Mountain Road NE in Albuquerque (Mountain and Broadway). If you have any questions, or if you are unable to attend a mandatory orientation, please call Nick at 505.843.1973, Ashley at 505.843.1960, or Julie at 505.843.1949. https://techhirenm.com/