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The secret to our success is in our award winning faculty. We are pleased to announce that Dr. William (Bill) Butler has won an Award for Outstanding Educator.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 12 p.m. EST

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Celebrate Virtually with Us!

Congratulate our class of 2021! Did you miss the live premiere? No problem! The video is still available for you to view at anytime.

Watch Class of 2021's e-celebration HERE

Tech Career Horizons Broaden HERE. 

Fall classes start August 30th

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It's 2021. Every job is a technology job.

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Tech workers earn 2x average national wage.

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Why Capitol Tech

Full STEM ahead

Capitol Tech is Washington D.C.’s premier STEM University – supplying human capital to America’s most technologically advanced government agencies and their private sector supply chains. With an education laser-focused on STEM careers, Capitol Technology University uniquely positions students for top roles in the region’s booming tech hub. 

Highlights @ Capitol Tech

The Looming Threat of Ransomware Attacks

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In mid-May 2021, the CEO of Colonial Pipeline, a major gas pipeline that services much of the Eastern Coast of the U.S., admitted that his company paid hackers an estimated $4.5 million in ransom in return for releasing their compute

Revenue increase for contractors expected as COVID restrictions decrease

expected revenue increases for contractors as covid restrictions drop
With COVID restrictions lifting, many industries find themselves returning to a sense of normalcy. Despite lingering challenges, contractors are confident construction is among the industries looking forward to a surge in business.

Frank Kameny: Astronomer and Gay Rights Pioneer

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During the month of June, Capitol Tech is celebrating Pride by sharing numerous blogs that highlight influential LGBTQ+ figures in the STEM industry.

AAPI Heritage Month: Contributions to Aviation and Aeronautics

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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month and Capitology Blog is highlighting the various contributions made by AAPI individuals in the STEM fields.

The Song of Science: How Cicadas Influence the STEM Industry

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Love them or hate them, the Brood X 17-year cicadas have returned, and they’re causing quite the stir.

Predictions on the state of data in 2021

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From visiting social media platforms, doing Google searches, checking email, and more, think about how much data you transmit over the web in a day – explore these predictions and more about the state of data in 2021.

Construction bidding activity is on the rise

construction bidding activity on the rise
The construction industry witnessed a steep drop off in bids at the start of the pandemic. Now, construction bidding is on the rise — not only meeting but exceeding pre-pandemic rates.

Cap Tech Podcast Now Available from Capitol Technology University

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Adding to Capitol Tech’s very successful free webinar series of live and recorded presentations by Capitol Tech faculty, students, alumni and partners,

Many talents, one code. Make it happen.

Builder Culture

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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