TONIGHT: Want to know if a career in Computer Programming is right for you?

[COMMUNICATED] Join us TONIGHT for an open house for MEN – 8:00 PM at 105 River Avenue (2nd Floor) and this Wednesday for WOMEN to discover if a career in computer programming is the right career path for you.

While many people are ready to take the next step and get a job or career, many are not sure what exactly that next step is. How do you find the right job for you? Or better yet, not just get a job but get a career that pays! Computer programming is a highly in demand, exciting field that is perfect for both frum men and women.

And while you think computer programming is too technical or complex of a field for you, Avrumi Friedmen of Lakewood Institute of Technology begs to differ. Having trained many men and women to build careers in this exciting field, he is always surprised by the diversity of students he receives; ranging from those who barely ever turned on a computer to those who were born taking apart motherboards. Excelling in computer programming doesn’t necessarily require the skills you may think you need and requires no prior skills or knowledge. The Lakewood Institute of Technology offers a 9 month course that can help you on your way to a career in computer programming.

Still not sure computer programming is the right field for you? Mr. Friedman invites men to join him tonight and women to join him on Wednesday to find out more about this exciting field.

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