Student Discounts

DevOpsDays is coming to Seattle !

Friday, May 6th, 2016

When: Thursday, May 12 to Friday, May 13, 2016

Where: Sheraton Seattle Metropolitan Ballroom, 1400 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

The DevOpsDays Seattle team has provided four (4) discount codes for 50% off of registration.

Contact: Lisa Sandoval at lisa.sandoval@seattlecentral.edu for the discount code.

 

DevOpsDays Seattle brings development, operations, QA, InfoSec, management, and leadership together to discuss the culture and tools to make better organizations and products. Find out more here: http://www.devopsdays.org/events/2016-seattle/

Low cost computer options

Monday, April 25th, 2016

There is ongoing concern about access to technology for low income students and their families. Interconnection, the partner agency to which we send our surplus equipment, has refurbished laptops and computers are VERY low prices. Some are under $100.   They do require low income status for the lowest  prices. .  They have now added an excellent connectivity service which includes a mobile hotspot and one year of Internet access.    Another tab on their site shows items available to anyone, regardless of income.  Options even include a Dell Latitude laptop, a model still in use at the college,  with I7 processor!

 Please help inform students of these options. The link to Interconnection is below.  We have tested these links so you can even click them!  As always, you can certainly copy them into  your browser.   If you would like flyers to post, do let me know.

http://interconnection.org/lowincome   goes to the low income price lists.

http://interconnection.org/store    goes to the prices available to anyone.

 

Harriet Wasserman

Director, IT Services

Seattle Central College

206-934-4344

harriet.wasserman@seattlecolleges.edu

 

FORGE Salary Negotiation and Tech Career Management

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

Are you an early or mid-career technologist who wants to light up your career with new skills and choices? It’s common to learn programming languages in schools and bootcamps, but not as much to learn how to leverage your skills for fulfilling jobs with great pay and future options. If you want to learn these skills from successful and well-known technologists, this workshop is for you. Learn LinkedIn, networking, salary negotiations, community building, personal branding, and much more! Learn from Kristin Toth Smith (CEO Code Fellows), Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack (Fizzmint, author Women In Tech), Carly Slater (TEDxSeattle), Tammy Lee (founder Puget Sound Python), Rick Sass (LinkedIn Influencer + career coach), and get personal tech interview coaching from Mike Reinhardt (Senior Microsoft Engineer).

Winter 2015 announcements

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

Dates/Deadlines:

  • February 17th registration for Spring beings; check your registration appointment time
  • February 27th is the last day to change the audit/credit status; last day to withdraw
  • March 25 is the end of winter quarter

Spring Special Topics

  • Item 3185 Web Servers MW 3:30-5:50
  • Item 3186 Advanced JavaScript TTh 6-8:15
  • Item 3187 Design Research Methods TTh 3:30-4:50

Software

There are various discounted software websites: www.seattlecentral.edu/onthehub or check out www.seattlecentralitprograms.com

8th annual GLITTER event seeks volunteers its kinda like wrangling cats; 80 high school girls on campus to discuss computer/IT education and careers. February 27th; email lisa.Sandoval@seattlecolleges.edu to volunteer.