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NEW IT 2015 Survey Building Northeast Wisconsin IT Talent Pipeline Analysis and Recommendations

Survey Results

Job Resources

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Job Center of Wisconsin Listing of jobs in Wisconsin
WisConnect Listing of Wisconsin Internships
Skill Explorer Skill Explorer: Linking people, skills and knowledge to job postings.

Career Exploration

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Careers With Code Online IT career exploration magazine.
Cyber Seek Resource for individuals looking to learn more about cyber security careers

Learn to Code Tools

Name URL Notes Tools, videos, lessons for teachers and students k-12 wanting to learn to code
Digigirlz microsoft development classes and camps
Engineering Girl Interviews and resources for all things engineering, including software engineering
Girl Powered Tools for those interested in increasing the number of girls in VEX Robotics
Girl powered coaches guide
Girls Who Code Club based free curriculum to help youth learn how to code
Lightbot A game that introduces fundamental CS principles
MIT App Inventor Develop and test Android apps
National Center for Women & Information Technology Scholarships, awards, and computer science tools for teachers and students
Python Room Self-paced lessons, monitored progress by instructor and the teacher gets the solutions as well to help assist
Scratch Introductory programming modules

Cyber Security Learning Tools

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Cybrary Free open source learning for cyber security, IT, and more
Day of Cyber (NSA) Free, online program that allows students to experience a day in the life of the nation’s top cybersecurity experts – in just three hours


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Mind Trekkers Fun Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) activities you can try at home or at school.

How Computers Work

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Introducing How Computers Work  Bill Gates kicks off an introduction to the series How Computers Work.
What Makes a Computer, a Computer?  Computers are all around us, but what really makes a computer, a computer? Explore the history of computers and the features they all share.

Binary & Data You’ll hear that everything’s “1s and 0s” in a computer, but what does that mean? Find out how computers represent numbers, words, images, and sound.
Circuits and Logic Computers process information in the blink of an eye. It’s not magic though, it’s just millions of tiny circuits!

How Computers Work: CPU, Memory, Input & Output Dive a little deeper into the actual components that allow a computer to input, store, process, and output information.

How Computers Work: Hardware and Software  Take a peek into the relationship between software and the hardware it controls.