Jewish Family & Career Services is proud to honor our MOSAIC Award recipients. These five individuals who call Louisville home have made significant contributions in their professions and our community. To date, JFCS has recognized almost 70 refugees, immigrants, and first-generation Americans who make our community richer and stronger for their work. We are excited to have […]
Back in 2006, Di Tran graduated from the University of Louisville with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a two-year internship at UPS on his resume. But he couldn’t land a job for six months. Years later, as a top-level software engineer at Humana, Tran understood the challenge that employers were facing with new […]
Tell us about your role with your company and how you’ve contributed to making the business better. As the founder, I am the business leader, motivator, finance officer, and chief labor worker. I simply wear multiple hats as any small business owner would. The key is, I enjoy doing all those things and love helping […]
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Welcome to the New American Business Association Inc (NABA) – IT Intern / Louisville Institute of Technology (LIT) Apprenticeship Program. If you are looking for a paid internship/apprenticeship, this is not it, but if you want to become a REAL software programmer and be ready for applying REAL entry-level and junior software engineer/programmer position instead […]
To: Editor, The Louisville Courier Journal Date: March 10, 2021 The leaders of Kentucky’s public community colleges raised an important and timely issue (“Will you be ready to go to work…” CJ, 3.8.2021) regarding the resources and support necessary to put Kentuckians back to work as the restrictions from the pandemic abate. The gap […]
Objective This article is about the definition, the application, and the importance of Louisville Institute of Technology (LIT) one core program, True Work-Ready Full Stack Software Engineer. Key Terms: Break down the “True Work-Ready Full Stack Software Engineer” True Work-Ready LIT’s definition for work-ready means, the IT professional is equipped enough and capable of initiating […]
Knowing is not DOING. You want to tell everyone I HAVE DONE IT. Values comes from doing. Application of what you learned and what you know is what matters, not what you learned or what you know. At LIT, we coach and mentor you to do, implement, build, present, and show case your products.
Louisville Institute of Technology is 100% hands-on software development with minimal class time for 6-8 hours/day for 12 weeks.
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(Louisville College of Technology) – We build true IT Work Ready on Day One Workforce