KidsTek Student Earns Cisco Certification!

KidsTek Student Earns Cisco Certification!

James Davis, a KidsTek student for the past three years, has passed the CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician) certification exam!  James has been working toward this for a long time, particularly applying himself this past semester.  This certifies his ability to to install, operate and troubleshoot small business networks, and demonstrates the skills required for an entry-level network support position.
James is currently a student at Denver’s Emily Griffith Technical College, and he spends his afternoons with our KidsTek Cisco program housed at Westwood College’s South campus.  Westwood instructor Rodney Brown says “James is a very inquisitive individual who often asks questions to gain an understanding of technology in the real world. He has demonstrated a great work ethic in preparing for the certification and a tremendous grasp of these difficult concepts. It has been my honor to work with such a fine young man.”
Earning the CCENT is James’ first step in advancing his IT opportunities.  He plans to work toward earning the more advanced Cisco CCNA certification this summer.  Congratulations James, and good luck!
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