(VI CONSORTIUM) – For the very first time in the U.S. Virgin Islands, students at the St. Joseph Catholic High School on St. Croix will have the chance to sign up for an IT (Information Technology) Academy that’s locally based and provides a curriculum developed by Cisco Systems. Initial St. Joseph partners Innovative were joined by the VI Waste Management Authority, Broadband VI and viNGN to provide educational, career and connectivity support to participants in the IT Academy, with credits that may be transferred to UVI; top performers are later eligible for skilled positions within viNGN. Cisco’s IT skills and career building program is offered worldwide, with more than 5.5 million individuals benefiting since 1997.
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