Train for a Career in Electronics, Computer and Communications Technology in Cross Lanes

Posted Friday, Jun 3, 2011 by admin

Electronics is something that covers almost every aspect of modern-day living. It’s hard to imagine a waking moment that isn’t somehow touched by it.

This is why it comes as no surprise that electronics remains one of the more robust fields for finding employment along with computers and communications technology.

If you’re interested in pursuing one of these career groups, Everest’s Electronics, Computer and Communications Technology program offered at the Cross Lanes campus may be the career game-changer you’ve been looking for.

At Everest, hands-on experience and challenging classroom training combine to give students the incentive and drive they need to gain confidence and knowledge in the following areas of study:

• Electronics
• Integrated circuits
• Microprocessors
• Computer technology
• Test equipment
• And more

While it’s difficult to predict the outcome of any job search activity, it’s a well known belief among professionals in virtually every career field that hard work, continued training, personal dedication, a strong work ethic and favorable local economic conditions often produce positive job search results.

A notable hallmark of Everest is that we work hard to make sure students are given the necessary tools after graduating their program to prepare for the all-important process of being interviewed. We know that a first impression can often be a lasting impression.

As a result, we’re dedicated to making sure that students’ resumes and cover letters effectively portray their training and potential. We’ll also work hard to improve their interviewing and job search skills. And we’ll offer suggestions on how to dress appropriately for the career field they hope to become a member of.

Interested in learning more? Contact Everest Institute in Cross Lanes today and start laying the groundwork for tomorrow’s success.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, please visit our website at

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