Career Pathways stories
Canon Oceania & The Smith Family charity launch partnership
Canon Oceania aligns with The Smith Family charity for a Corporate Social Responsibility partnership, offering educational aid to disadvantaged Australian children, echoing Canon's Kyosei philosophy.
AI 'students' join human classmates at Ferris State University
Two AI devices named Ann and Fry have enrolled at Ferris State University in Michigan, USA, to study alongside humans and push the boundaries of AI education and technology.
Western Sydney University partners with tech firms for hands-on learning
Western Sydney University undergraduate students gain real-world experience working on research and design projects, thanks to a partnership with Western Sydney International Airport and DXC Technology.
The who’s who of NZ’s government & public cybersecurity agencies
NZ champions cyber defence amid rising tech innovation.
CompTIA launches IT workforce planning guide
The free resource, called My IT Path, is designed to provide a personalised and interactive experience for anyone learning about careers in the field.
MRHQ launches 'NZ-first' tech career accelerator
A new tech career accelerator, Mission Ready HQ, aims to fill the skills shortage in the industry and create opportunities for talented individuals.
CompTIA launches global tech career directory for women and girls
CompTIA’s Advancing Women in Technology Community has created an online resource to help women and girls find their feet in the IT industry.
Internship pathway sees Manaiakalani students enter IT
Manaiakalani students break into IT through Fusion Networks' tailored internship, bridging the experience gap for Kiwi youth.
Tairua School builds problem-solving skills with TaiTECH
Tairua School launches innovation and technology academy TaiTECH, offering specialist training in construction, cookery, art, sports science, and design.
Awards recognise outstanding ICT students in Wellington
ICT students at WelTec receive Intergen Young Achiever Awards for their outstanding academic achievement and contributions to the programme.
Getting Into IT
Of all careers you can possibly choose, a job in IT is probably one of those with the biggest opportunities to develop and progress.
Change your job every three years if you want to be a great leader, writes one IT veteran.