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Over 550 Students Earn I.T. Certifications with Microsoft, Cisco, Linux, CompTIA and EC-Council in the Month of June

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RALEIGH, N.C., July 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- MyComputerCareer proved to have another successful month of certification passes with 570+ students earning valuable certifications through Information Technology. Hundreds of students obtained valuable I.T. certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, Linux, CompTIA and the EC-Council. These I.T. certifications are offering people a quick path to jobs that are in demand, while spending months, not years in school.

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MyComputerCareer is helping to redesign what post-secondary success looks like. This college, while offering a less 'traditional' educational pathway, is helping hundreds of students pass industry specific I.T. certifications and obtain employment in Information Technology, with many of their students having no I.T. background.

MyComputerCareer is a nationally accredited college. Specifically, MyComputerCareer answers to the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), as well as the Department of Education. These accrediting bodies evaluate the programs and practices regularly, against their high-performance standards, that must be met to retain their approval.

Through ACCET, the school is required to maintain a minimum graduation rate of 67% and then successfully have 70% of their graduates placed in I.T. career positions. However, it's not uncommon for MyComputerCareer to exceed these standards, as student outcomes are taken very seriously. Many traditional colleges and universities are not held to these standards or forced to report their student outcomes to uphold accreditation.

MyComputerCareer students can be almost anyone. You don't need any previous I.T. experience. You may or may not be successful in another career. You can be right out of high-school or already an experienced adult. You can have a full-time job or be unemployed. Many students have families and need to keep working while attending school. They also need flexible scheduling that allows them time to do just that.

"Tyler came to MyComputerCareer with a part-time job delivering the Yellow Pages phone book. Tyler started working with Career Services a few weeks into his program and was ready to find ANY job in I.T. After a few obstacles he had to overcome, Tyler accepted his first I.T. position. Tyler accepted an I.T. position at Governor Morehead School for the Blind making $25 an hour."

"Charles graduated recently and started his 2nd I.T. job found through Career Services. Charles attended his first on-campus hiring event where he had the chance to network with hiring managers of our employer partners. Three days later, Charles was called in for an interview and was hired on the spot. Charles is now working for TekSystems, as an Assistant Oracle Technical Assistant and will travel throughout Houston providing onsite technical support and training to various companies, making more money than he ever has, doing something that he loves with endless growth opportunities."

Graduates of these programs are eligible for Lifetime Career Services from the school. These services include career placement assistance, exclusive on-campus hiring events, resume writing services and interview preparation. The school also gives its students and graduates access to a large network of employer partners.

Anyone interested in learning more about MyComputerCareer should visit or speak to a Career Advisor by calling 866-606-6922.

MyComputerCareer provides technical training, certification preparation and job placement support for learners looking to enter the Information Technology industry. MyComputerCareer is a 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 valuable I.T. certifications in areas ranging from Operating Systems to Computer Networks and Cyber Security.

In addition, active military and military veterans can utilize their GI Bill benefits. GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at

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