High School 2 High Tech
is proudly powered by the New Horizons Computer Learning Centers.
It is a unique program created specifically for you, our high school graduates.
Look to us for courses, training, and certifications to upgrade your skills and advance your careers. From Microsoft Office to the most advanced IT infrastructure, we provide students with stellar physical classroom and virtual educational experiences to help them reach the next step in their development.
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We have over 35 years of experience helping passionate people…
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Would IT be a good career for me?
What do IT people do?
IT pros know computers inside out and can tie a bunch of them together to do some really cool things.
IT pros are the reason the screens at the airport can tell you flight status in real time.
They’re why the cash registers at Zumiez can talk to each other AND transmit transaction information back to headquarters.
They manage all the permissions and allow you or BAN you from using certain programs, accessing assets, and generally can make the difference between you having a great day or a you-know-what day at work.
Being Successful with IT
- Most entry-level positions will require you to know how the systems run, so you can maintain them and troubleshoot.
- You’ll be able to run routine updates and fix common issues with a flick of a button.
- You’ll be able to find solutions to more complex problems.
- You’ll learn to ask great questions and have enlightening conversations with experienced colleagues.
- Every day you’ll level up.
- Then you go from supporting the tech to putting it together.
- You get fancier titles like SysAdmin and Network Administrator.
- You start designing the thing (technical term!) and can become a Network Engineer or an Architect.
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Career Consultants (CC’s) are experts in the adult learning process and will work with you to determine a training path that best aligns with your personal and professional goals. Your CC will discuss the realistic expectations of your chosen training path, guide you through financing options, while also factoring in your family, work and other commitments while designing your career plan.
New Horizons Career Advisors are here to guide and mentor students through a personal employment strategy, customized for success. They will coach you on a successful resume, job search, and interviewing techniques, and LinkedIn optimization.
Across the nation, we have a network of partners that are looking for qualified candidates.
Whether you are taking a class online or in one of our multiple locations, we have flexible scheduling options to meet your needs.
Exam Vouchers Included at no Additional Cost to You
You’re here to get certified. That is why we’ve included the cost of the exam in every course.
Earn College Credit for New Horizons Programs
Apply your certificate earned through us toward college credit at National American University (NAU)
Reduce the time and cost to earn a degree
Reduce the tuition rate
Free evaluation of certificates
Qualified work experience could count toward college credits
Reduced tuition for all active, veteran, and retired military service members
High School Students
The New Horizons High School to High Tech Grant program is an initiative of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers and assists students that have big dreams for life, but aren’t considering college as part of their plan. We award multiple grants annually. Our grant program places emphasis on the student’s determination to succeed and doesn’t just look at the academic record and test scores. Our grant recipients have demonstrated a passion for higher technology and ambition in their quest for a high tech career.
Veterans Affairs (VA) administers the GI Bill® for qualified veterans. You may contact the VA by calling 1-888-GI-BILL-1 (1-888-442-4551) or visit U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs for more information. Contact your local New Horizons to see if your GI Bill® is accepted at a center near you.
Authorized by Congress, the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) Program aims to help veterans with service-connected disabilities prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs. Visit Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) for more information
- If you are a veteran with Vocational Rehabilitation benefits, you may be able to use those benefits for career development training.
- Authorized by Congress, the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) Program aims to help veterans with service-connected disabilities prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs.
- To qualify for the VR&E program, an individual must undergo a comprehensive evaluation by a VA counselor, after which they will work together to develop a rehabilitation plan.
The government-sponsored Workforce Investment Opportunity Act, or WIOA, assists individuals who have been laid off or terminated, or who are scheduled to be laid off and need transition assistance to find or qualify for a new job.
To qualify, you must be unemployed or about to become unemployed and one of the following must apply:
- Your unemployment is due to general declining economic conditions;
- Current economic conditions make it unlikely for you to return to your occupation or industry; or
- You lost your job because your employer is shifting production or importing goods you previously manufactured from Canada or Mexico
Have one of our career consultants contact you. He or she can provide you with accurate information and direct you to your local WIOA office to determine your eligibility.