Now is the Time for Women in IT Careers

Ashley Blish, IT Networking student, working at computer

Ladies, have you ever thought about a career in IT but don’t know a LAN from a WAN, a server from a switch, a router from a hub?  Does the thought of taking apart a computer terrify you? You’re not alone! If you are interested in testing the waters to see if a career in IT is for you, we invite you to participate in our introductory course to help ease your fears and make that leap! 

Women in Technology will teach you about fast growing career opportunities in IT, some basic IT terminology, and some beginning networking and troubleshooting.

“As a mother with no IT background, I never would have thought I would find myself in the world of IT. But Moraine Park has taught me everything I need to know and I’m on my way to my dream job where I will be able to support my family while doing something I love. “ – Ashley Blish, IT Network Specialist & IT Tech Support Alumni

Join this free course to find out if a career in IT is for you!

Who should attend?  Females age 16 and over interested in a career in IT.

Wednesday, April 11

5:30-8:30 pm

Room O213, Fond du Lac Campus

Please register by April 10th at

Prior registration not mandatory, but preferred.

Registration is limited, so reserve your seat today!

Written by Renae Fischer
Academic Advisor - NTO