Your Tech Career Awaits!
The Greater Nashville Technology Council has developed the GO TECH Program to upskill those who have the aptitude to learn tech through the IT Infrastructure Support Professional (ITIP) course.
No prior technical experience or technical education is necessary to apply to the GO TECH Program. Thanks to the GIVE grant from the state of Tennessee, we can provide the ITIP course FREE to a selected number of applicants.
The IT Infrastructure Support Professional course starts with computer fundamentals with a deep dive into infrastructure (hardware components, operating system, software installation, network, and security). Upon successful completion of the class, students will graduate with an IT Infrastructure Support Professional certificate from the Nashville Software School, opportunities to earn CompTIA certifications (A+, Network+ and Linux+) and course credits (9 total credit hours) at Nashville State Community College or Vol State Community College to pursue an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in the area of Computer Information Technology.
Our 2021 Spring Cohorts are full. We are now accepting applications for our 2021 Summer Cohorts.
Here are the details:
- Tuition Free and CompTIA Certification Exams Included
- Virtual Class: Learn from Home with a “live” instructor from the Nashville Software School
- 19-week Course
- Class will be held each week on:
- Monday and Tuesday 6-9p.m.
- Saturday 9-2 p.m.
Hiring Employers: Our Go Tech Graduates have gone though an intensive bootcamp – learning skills to be an IT Infrastructures Support Professional and some earned certifications in CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Linux+. In addition, they have been part of our Tech Coach program where they learned corporate culture/IT operational awareness through the generosity of our tech volunteer community.