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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. 

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Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Closing the Cybersecurity Talent Gap

Cybercrime is an ever present risk in this day and age. As technology advances, so do the hackers. This makes the cybersecurity talent gap much more dangerous and increases the demand for cybersecurity professionals.
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New Pilot Diversity Initiative Aims to Level Playing Field for Women, People of Color

According to the federal bureau of labor statistics, more than 90% of all aircraft pilots are white males. When looking specifically at commercial airline pilots, estimates indicate that fewer than 7% of them are women with only about 1% are women of color. This lack of diversity is part of a significant challenge for the aviation industry, and it’s one that United Airlines is taking on through a new flight school and an ambitious goal for the next decade. 
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Studying in the U.S.: A Guide for International Students

Approximately 5.6% of the nearly 19 million college students in the U.S. during the 2022-2023 academic year were international students. These students contribute to the rich diversity of educational experiences and perspectives on U.S. campuses, while also building their own global competencies as they advance toward their degree. But in studying in a new country, they also face academic, financial, and social challenges. 
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The Sustainable Flight Challenge: Innovating a Brighter Future for the Aviation Industry

Environmentalists have encouraged innovation for improved sustainability in aviation. The Sustainable Flight Challenge gives industry leaders an opportunity to collaborate and compete to generate solutions for greener air travel.
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Soaring into Reality: Your First Year as a Pilot

Congratulations, you've finally earned your professional pilot license! The years of training, exams, and countless hours in the air have culminated in this moment, and the sky (literally) is the limit. But before you envision yourself jetting off to exotic destinations, let's talk reality. Your first year as a pilot will be an exciting, challenging, and eye-opening experience, filled with both exhilarating moments and unexpected hurdles.
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Understanding and Combatting Techno-Racism

Technology is not neutral or objective; it is fundamentally shaped by the racial, ethnic, gender, and social inequalities that exist in society. Though our omnipresent digital technologies can be used as tools for good, their built-in biases can –– and often do –– make these inequalities worse. As society adjusts to the era of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making, recognizing and mitigating these discriminatory practices is critical to ensuring a fair and just Information Age for all. 
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Combatting Cyber Threats in the Construction Industry

The construction industry, a cornerstone of global infrastructure development, faces an increasingly pressing challenge in cybersecurity. Traditionally focused on physical safety and logistical concerns, construction firms are now confronting a new frontier of threats emanating from the digital realm. From data breaches compromising sensitive project information to sophisticated ransomware attacks disrupting operations, the industry finds itself at the intersection of technological innovation and cybersecurity vulnerability.
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Unmasking the Bias: How Joy Buolamwini Is Fighting for Ethical AI

Joy Buolamwini is not just a computer scientist; she's a visionary, an artist, and a “poet of code” working to advance justice in the digital age. As the capabilities of and enthusiasm for artificial intelligence advance at a breakneck pace, her work delves deep into the murky depths of algorithmic bias, exposing the hidden prejudices that exist within artificial intelligence systems and advocating for fair and equitable technology. Her experiences as a Black woman in computer science have deeply influenced her work on bias and discrimination in artificial intelligence systems. 
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