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 Tech Talent at Montgomery College

Montgomery College prepares students for high-quality employment in the IT industry. Employers across the state rely on MC to provide highly qualified graduates to the workforce.

Community colleges respond quickly to industry change.  When industries need change, we will evolve training to meet industry demands.

Maryland businesses and employers need qualified employees to fill their tech positions. Every six months, approximately 46,000 IT-related jobs go unfilled within a 50-mile radius of the College.

MC addresses the need for skilled workers and breaks down barriers to learning for underserved populations.

For students who want to pursue careers in IT and cybersecurity, the opportunities are great. By 2026, a projected 19,000 new IT jobs are expected to be added to the economy within a 50-mile radius, which represents a projected seven percent growth.

Learn more about the Cyber and IT Programming classes, programs and degrees offered by Montgomery College. Visit Cyber/IT Programming (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader - Link opens in new window)

Programs and Grants

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Credit Programs

You can earn a degree or certificate in computer science, cybersecurity, and biotechnology.

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Workforce Development and Continuing Education

The Information Technology Institute (ITI) provides classes that lead to certifications in the IT field.

Noncredit Program Information

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MC Business Solutions

We offer customized training for your business or organization. Our expert faculty will upskill your employees with the latest skills and certifications.

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Employer Opportunities

Are you looking for interns or employees? We will connect you with qualified students and alumni.

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Over the last three years, we have dramatically increased our capacity and our ability to design and develop programs, and turn out students who are ready to work in technology jobs,
Steve Greenfield