Empire Training serves as a bridge that connects immigrants and the mainstream work community. It makes immigrants better adapt to the local environment, and the international students more competitive.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) February 06, 2020
The newly announced Data Science course conducted by data scientist Robin Xu who graduated from Columbia University, can help students to learn hands-on skills from 0 to 1, and open the gate of job opportunities for people who want to pursue a six-digit salary position. In addition to current ET popular professional development courses like tour guide license course, public school teaching assistant certification course, web front end development, SIE, CFA, the new course will become part of the Empire Training Core Curriculum.
The Data Science course is based on python and includes web crawling, data processing, machine learning, and data visualization. For people who want to step into the world of data, it is the perfect gateway to enter. Teacher Xu, the headteacher of the course, has years of experience in data science and is one of the best entrepreneurs in the data field who has participated in several startups worth millions of dollars. Xu said, "it is the best time to get involved with data science, and we want you to know how the world works right now. The average data scientist salary is $113,436, and you can be part of it."
Sometimes, it is difficult for new immigrants and international students to land a perfect job. New immigrants might have a language barrel, so the job market information is slightly unconnected with them; other than that, most job positions require fluent spoken and written English. For international students, it is a different story. International students are often well performed at school, but they are limited to few opportunities outside class to develop their on-site practical skills, which as a result could lead to a blank resume if compared with local students. To resolve the dilemma, Empire Training serves as a bridge that connects between immigrants and the mainstream work community. It makes immigrants better adapt to the local environment, and the international students more competitive.
The best courses for immigrants are:
Tour Guide license course
It helps you to become a certified New York City licensed tour guide. The job does not need advanced level English because it is mainly facing the Chinese tourist market. It is also a quick way to accumulate a fortune in the summer season. The shortboard of a tour guide job is usually it does not have additional benefit from the government.
Public Schools Teaching Assistant Course
To become a teacher in the states will require perfect English and a college degree, but for teaching assistants, it doesn’t. A high school diploma is enough as the bilingual assistant is always in shortage; people who can speak Chinese and English are always popular in the market. It can bring steady income and great benefit therefore it is potentially a good career path.
The best courses for international students are
Web Front end course
SIE & CFA
Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) are the most important certifications for the people who want to get into the Finance industry. SIE for front-end positions, CFA for backend positions. For the student who passed the course and got their certification, Empire Training will directly connect them to private equity firms, where they can continue to rise and shine in the industry.
For more information, please visit: http://www.teachempire.com
About Empire Training
Founded in 2015 in New York by Ivy League graduates from Harvard and Columbia University, Empire Training (ET) is an education company that focuses on professional development. Empire Training serves as a bridge that connects immigrants and the mainstream work community. It makes immigrants better adapt to the local environment, and the international students more competitive. Since 2015, ET has helped more than 1000 students achieve their American dream in different fields.
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