Thank you for your service! Veterans like you enrolled in TLG’s IT Career programs to change their career trajectory and improve their lives. As one of our graduates put it,
“This was the fastest, most direct path to a Tech career.”
However you got here, at TLG we love helping Vets and we’re here to help you participate in any of our IT Apprenticeship, IT-Pre-Apprenticeship, or Vendor Certification Programs to support your move or advancement in your IT career.
Featured AWS Technology Programs
The AWS Certified Solutions Architect Program – is intended for individuals pursuing a solutions architect role designing available, cost-efficient, fault-tolerant, and scalable distributed systems on the AWS platform.
The AWS Certified Developer Program – is intended for individuals pursuing a role developing and maintaining an AWS-based application.
The AWS Certified SysOps Program – is intended for individuals pursuing an administrator role in the deployment, management, and operations on the AWS platform.
Job Placement Services
When you choose one of our AWS Certification Programs you can also expect training on:
- Career-oriented Social Media
- LinkedIn optimization
- Resume and Cover Letter writing tools
- Interview methods and tools
- Personal narrative building
- Ongoing, weekly group sessions on career development strategies
In addition, if you choose one of our IT Apprentice programs you can expect:
- One-to-one weekly coaching for your job search, until you land a role in IT
- One-to-one interview preparation
- Personal introductions to our hiring partners
Veterans can make use of both the GI Bill and the Vocational Rehabilitation Employment (VR&E) programs and TLG has experts on staff to help you navigate these funding programs. We’re here for you.
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