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Find a way or make one.

After 90 years of advancing hands-on, technology-focused education, Capitol Technology University continues to play a vital role in helping innovation-minded students, companies, key agencies and the nation anticipate change and reimagine tomorrow.

Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Q&A with Connie Harrington, Associate Director of Career Development and Employer Relations

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Career services is about more than helping students write a resume or land a job. Connie Harrington, Capitol's new Associate Director of Career Development and Employer Relations, shares her story.

Capitol adds new PhD in Product Management, enables leaders to join one of the fastest-growing career fields

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With more than 12,000 job openings, product management is one of the top 10 fastest-growing fields. Check out Capitol’s new PhD in product management.

Using summer time wisely

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Dr. Ian McAndrew, FRAeS, provides suggestions for the summer break based on your classification. Learn how to return to campus rejuvenated and ready to tackle a new semester.

How to make your business cybersecure: defend against ransomware

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For businesses, protecting employees, data, and systems can be an astronomical task, especially as threats to security are ever changing. Find out how you can make your business cybersecure.

June is National Safety Month, Join the Movement

National Safety Month
Preventable injury-related deaths in the U.S. are up 5.5 percent in a year-over-year comparison. Join the National Safety Council to promote a month of safety and wellness.

Capitol launches new master of science in aviation cybersecurity, prepares students to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure

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Capitol launches new master of science in aviation cybersecurity and prepares students to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure. Find out how you can become part of this exciting, high-demand career field.

Alumni spotlight: Marcel Mabson

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Marcel knew he wanted to work for NASA since he was seven years old. Today, as a software test engineer at the Hammers Company, that dream has come true.

ACE Mentor Program of America celebrates 25th Anniversary with new sponsor Capitol Technology University

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On May 14 – 16, 2019, the ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc. (ACE) celebrated its 25th Anniversary at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.

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We’re positive you’ll receive a job offer within 90 days of graduation, or we’ll waive the tuition cost for 36 additional undergraduate credits.

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