Meet some of our students and learn about their career pathways.
The Autocad class has proven to be very useful in a surprising way. The plans for these full-size shipping container graphics were sent from Milan as .DWG files. No one at my job knows how to use AutoCAD. Except, of course, for me. Again, thank you for helping me acquire the necessary skills to succeed.
The class was a great learning experience for me and other member of the class. A special thanks to Mr. Bryce for his patience and unmatched ability to teach this program to a group of diverse adult learners.
I just wanted to reach out and say thank you for the skills you provided to me last year during the Fall full stack class! After the class ended, I buffed up my resume and applied for a lot of email development jobs, and I actually just finished my 3rd month working at John Wiley & Sons, as a marketing automation specialist. Just wanted to send you a quick update to let you know that I'm really glad I took the class!
One of the unique characteristics of the GMB program is how well the courses are aligned. When you’re in the program, you don’t realize the importance of every course. It’s very well rounded; when you’re out in the field, you find yourself saying “Wow! I’m so glad I learned all these different concepts.” I have applied everything that I’ve learned from GMB to my new position as a Maintenance Supervisor.
– Carmen, Green Building Maintenance Student, Current Building manager
Upon completion of the Pharmacy Technician course at City Tech, I was able to quickly land a job as a Pharmacy Technician with CVS. I worked in the role for about 9 months before I was promoted to Field Colleague Trainer. I knew I wanted to pursue a degree in pharmacy, so I applied and was accepted. While in pharmacy school, I returned to CityTech to teach the Pharmacy Technician course. I’ll be graduating from pharmacy school in a few months and owe a lot to the program at CityTech for being with me throughout the whole journey.