Webinar Series

Webinar presentations by Capitol Tech faculty, students, alumni and partners.

 Join us to learn about your favorite tech topics.  Each session allows time for a question and answer period.  Click below to learn more.

Cap Tech Talks

Capitol Technology University is pleased to offer a new series of webinars presented by faculty, alumni, and special guests. Each presenter is an expert in their field. The series, called Cap Tech Talks, is presented monthly during the academic year. All sessions are free and are one hour long. Each session offers a Certificate of Completion. Please join us!

Cap Tech Podcast with President Sims of Capitol Technology University

The President of Capitol Technology University explores various industry executives ideas on what best is needed from higher education to support the various needs of industry across the United States.

Cap Tech Talks: Plugged-in

Capitol Technology University offers a series of webinars specifically designed for high school and community college transfer students. These are presented by students, faculty, alumni, and recent graduates. The series, called Cap Tech Talks Plugged-in is available to view on-demand.

The Impact of Emerging Technology on Society

Capitol Technology University is pleased to offer a new, limited series of webinars led by an industry expert with decades of field experience and will conclude with question and answer sessions. The series, titled The Impact of Emerging Technology on Society, will focus on how the security of individuals, businesses, and entire industries are impacted by new platforms, software, and hardware. All sessions are free and are one hour long. Please join us!

Cyber Challenges in the Pandemic: Presented by Capitol Tech and the NSA

In celebration of National Cyber Awareness Month, the National Security Agency (NSA), Capitol Technology University (Capitol Tech), Anne Arundel Community College (AACC), Frederick Community College (FCC), and Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) have partnered to create a complimentary cyber lecture series, titled “Cyber Challenges in the Pandemic,” focused on informing high school and college students on the importance of cyber security, hygiene, and preparedness.