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 August 1, 1999

Information Technology Institute says interest in IT career program growing

DENVER — Student response to a market-driven curriculum for a career in the information technology field has been excellent, the president of Information Technology Institute in Denver says.

Richard Franklin, president and chief executive of ITI, predicts that with current enrollment interest, ITI could produce more than 2,000 IT professionals by 2004.

“We’re amazed with the response to our program not only by the caliber of the students but also by the number of high-profile employers who have expressed interest in hiring our graduates,” Franklin said in a media release.

ITI’s curriculum incorporates all aspects of business application development, specifically in the areas of e-commerce and the Internet, as well as professional development, communication and interpersonal skills.

Applications are now being accepted for the next ITI program that begins Monday, Nov. 1. Information is available at (303) 808-4484 or on the Web at www.iti.edu.

DENVER — Student response to a market-driven curriculum for a career in the information technology field has been excellent, the president of Information Technology Institute in Denver says.

Richard Franklin, president and chief executive of ITI, predicts that with current enrollment interest, ITI could produce more than 2,000 IT professionals by 2004.

“We’re amazed with the response to our program not only by the caliber of the students but also by the number of high-profile employers who have expressed interest in hiring our graduates,” Franklin said in a media release.

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