About IT Sector Partnership
At the IT Sector Partnership, we believe in the transformative power of technology and creating advancement opportunities for all. We are committed to supporting our diverse community and industries by developing tech talent pipelines through education, work-based learning, and comprehensive student resources.
No tech experience needed
Local employer pairing
Financial aid guidance
Six Steps to Success
This flexible-schedule training program offers a tech certificate at Ivy Tech Community College, with tech resources and support services to help students overcome barriers to training. Job search and career readiness training helps students overcome barriers to employment, and work-based learning opportunities with regional employers help students build a tech career.
The IT Sector Partnership has developed 5 career pathways for students to pursue:
Technical Support, Software Development, Data Science, Cybersecurity, and Networking.
Each career pathway incorporates a pathway description, technical skills, career areas, jobs, industry certifications, Ivy Tech certificates, and the Ivy Tech curriculum.
The course will introduce students to Low-Code/No-Code tools such as Airtable, Jotform, and Zapier. The goal of the bootcamp is for students to learn the various applications of these tools, and how they can be utilized to solve common business problems. This is a great opportunity for professionals, small/medium business owners, and entrepreneurs looking to upskill!
The 3-week bootcamp will be focused on using Bubble.io, a no-code platform for building web applications, to develop the minimum viable product. Participants will learn the fundamentals of Bubble.io. By the end of the course, students will know how to:
Create, design, and iterate on wireframes for a new product;
Build a web-based application using low-code/no-code tools
Design, architect, and structure a database
Implement UI and UX design principles
Engage in an agile development process
students elected for training to skill up
students elected for training for employment skills
students elected for training to make a career change
I joined the IT Sector Partnership program to build on my existing IT experience. The experience was a great success, and I recommend it to anyone interested in furthering their education.