Five Career Tips As We Look Forward To International Women’s Day 2019

    When I started my business nearly 21 years ago I didn’t consider that I was blazing a trail or doing something unheard of, I merely saw an opportunity that needed to be addressed, and I decided I would be the one to solve it. Looking back on my career, I see many challenges […]

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Best Career Moves for 2019 

    Looking for a new career in 2019? With technology opening up unlimited possibilities, it’s never been a better time in history to change careers and reinvent yourself. Having a four-year degree is no longer a requirement either. People at all stages in life and varying education levels can create a new path for […]

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Best Paying Jobs for Millennials

  Millennials have spoken and rated salary as the #1 priority in their career. This news comes as no surprise from a generation shackled with student loan debt. Millennials, ranging from age 20-34, are the largest group in the U.S. workforce. Although Millennials have large student loan payments to make, they aren’t willing to compromise […]

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5 Tips for Transitioning from Military Service to Software Development

Veterans are transitioning into civilian life at a rate of approximately 550 each day, and most are considering what their next career move should be. The Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, also known as the GI Bill, assists these veterans by providing funding for the education necessary to take their next step. But for many, […]

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Best Career Move For The Next Ten Years

According to a recent article in nerdwallet, “The average college graduate with a bachelor’s degree left school with $28,446 in student debt in 2016, according to data from the Institute for College Access & Success. There are 44.5 million student loan borrowers in the U.S., and they owe a collective $1.5 trillion as of March […]

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What Does It Mean to “Foster” IT Talent in Greater Cincinnati? Lessons learned from Ankur Gopal, CEO, Interapt

  In a recent “Crack the Code” roundtable discussion hosted by The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, business leaders in technology, recruiting, talent attraction and skills development met to discuss possible solutions to filling the many IT jobs available throughout the Greater Cincinnati region. What is key among the many challenges facing the region are the […]

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Benefits To Adopting Scrum

Scrum – Interesting word, right?  Scrum is a strong and widely adopted framework within the Agile Project Management methodology, especially in software development. The Agile Project Management methodology uses short cycles in development to prioritize continuous progress in creating a product or service. Scrum can sometimes be confused as the Agile methodology, but actually, it’s one of several […]

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Max Technical Training partners with Core Performance Concepts to get the heart of what Project Management students want most – success.

The heart of what Project Management students want most – success.    In 2012, Florida-based Core Performance Concepts (CPC) and Ohio-based Max Technical Training (MAX) began working together to bring a Project Management course offering to MAX students.  It has proven to be a partnership that has led to hundreds of qualified, certified Project Management […]

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Happy 20th Anniversary, MAX Technical Training!

Founded by Denise Bartick in her basement in 1998, MAX Technical Training is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and can state confidently that it is today considered a staple of Greater Cincinnati’s technology ecosystem. When asked to look back on her early years as MAX’s founder, Denise is humbled to realize that MAX no […]

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MAX’s Cincy Code IT Software Development Bootcamp Changes Lives

  Tom Arend was a stay at home dad. Being an active participant in your child’s life is a great thing, but it certainly does not pay the bills. After 10 years out of the workforce, Tom’s support network was narrowing, and he needed to re-enter the workforce. However, an employment gap that wide can […]

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