University of Vermont

CALS Information Technology Office

This information was forwarded by Karen Plaut:

COMPUTER AND IT TRAINING SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FACULTY, TEACHERS, STUDENTS AND STAFF

National Education Foundation (NEF) CyberLearning, a non-profit organization dedicated to bridging the Digital Divide since 1994, is offering tuition-free on-line training in Information Technology to the first 2,000 applicants.

NEF offers two on-line programs recently acclaimed by FORBES Magazine as the "Best of the Web."

1) Personal Computing (300+ self-study and instructor-led courses including all Microsoft Office, Web Design, Lotus Notes, Internet, E-mail, E-commerce, Palm etc, tuition value of $1,000) for a nominal registration fee, the only cost.

2) Information Technology (650+ self-study and instructor-led courses, including the above and 350+ Certification courses in Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, Novell, Web Master, A+, Network+ etc, tuition value of $3,000) for a registration fee, the only cost.

There are no tuition costs for classes. The registrant receives free unlimited 12-month access to all the courses, a 24x7 online library, 24x7 tech support, 24x7 Brainbench certification tests, chat areas and evaluations. This is an exceptional value and a great way for anyone to upgrade IT skills and learn new skills.

To learn more or to sign up, visit: http://www.cyberlearning.org/scholarship_ek.asp

Last modified January 18 2002 01:19 PM

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