It is important at National American University that we support a veteran’s transition by providing the knowledge they need to meet the needs of today’s organizations.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) November 17, 2015
National American University (NAU) is excited to announce its partnership with Bridge360 to provide free courses for returning veterans through the Veterans4Qualtiy Program. This is a fast-track career-training program for veterans to help them transition into civilian careers providing coursework and hands-on training for becoming a software quality assurance engineer. The experts of Bridge360 have designed the curriculum and on-the-job training program to accelerate the process for veterans to start careers as software quality assurance engineers.
“It is important at National American University that we support a veteran’s transition by providing the knowledge they need to meet the needs of today’s organizations. As a veteran, I also found that education played a big part in my transition. It is exciting to support programs like Veterans4Quality which provides a fast-track career training solution in the growing industry of technology,” said Weston Neiffer, Associate Vice President of Military Services at NAU.
This 15-week program includes 7 weeks of classroom instruction followed by a 90-day paid internship. Upon completion of the program, students will receive a Software Quality Assurance Certificate. Students in the program will gain work experience at local companies such as Bridge360, Dell, Whole Foods, and other technology companies in Austin under the guidance of Bridge360 experts, to implement hands-on, real-world applications of what they have learned in the classroom. This program is currently offered at NAU’s Austin campus located at 13801 Burnet Road and will expand to our other Austin area locations in the near future.
To find out more about this program, contact our local campus or visit us at http://www.bridge360.com/v4qlanding.shtml
About National American University
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, NAU was founded in 1941 on the vision that everyone has a right to education. That’s why we offer numerous opportunities to help you earn your degree whether online, at a campus, or both. NAU continues to uphold that vision by offering flexible study plans, relevant degree programs and personal advising. Today NAU continues to offer quality education with over 60 degree programs both online and on-campus at over 35 locations. Because we believe you should get the opportunity you deserve. That’s the American Way.