The Tech Partnership’s autumn campaign, My Tech Story, has got off to a flying start with more than 40 individuals sharing their personal accounts of career success. We round up some of the stories so far.
With degree apprenticeships hot on the apprenticeship agenda this month, Capgemini’s Sasha Morgan rounds up the most important things you need to know about this brand new way of learning.
New figures published this week by the Tech Partnership show that the median gross annual earnings for tech specialists in 2014 were £36,600 – more than one third (35%) higher than the level for all full time employees.
IT Management for Business (ITMB) student Kainat Tari talks about her passion for entrepreneurialism and tech and how she found a way to embrace both through her degree.
The Tech Partnership has launched #mytechstory, a brand new campaign which encourages people to share their tech stories to inspire young people into tech careers.
Bango apprentice Tanya Stittle talks about what it is to be a tech apprentice and how it has benefited her career.
Emma shares her experience of joining BT Technology, Services & Operations as a software engineering apprentice, and talks about the opportunities her apprenticeship has provided.
Student Louise Miller talks about how her ITMB degree has changed her perspective and why she’s glad she chose a path in tech.
Sheffield University Student Ben talks about why he’s glad he chose tech, why he decided to study Software Development for Business degree and his hopes for a future career in tech.