CTCA.info Offers Technology Careers to US Military Veterans

CTCA.info Reaches Out To Employ US Veterans

By Randy Miller

CTCA.info’s mission is to be a leader in developing and delivering easily understandable, high-quality, high-value “use-level” education on technologies needed in today’s information-based economy. Their focus is on serving the leading-edge professionals who have to sell and support the customer, or who have to design and implement the technologies for them.

CTCA. info communicates technology so clearly that their clients have more-complete knowledge-uptake, resulting in their:  

– greater grasp of the ‘whole picture’
– better decision-making abilities,
– better understanding of the impact of their decisions

…compared to their competitors

CTC.info’s  faculty has taught virtually every big-name in the world of data and telephony communications. A partial list of some of the satisfied customers includes:  AT&T- MCI/WorldCom – Sprint – BellSouth – GTE – USWest – Verizon

CTCA.info is a sub-contractor to a VERY LARGE DoD Prime Contractor. They have some IT/C2 contracts in-theater supporting Marine and Army units in OIF and OEF and are seeking our talented US Military Veterans to fill these jobs.

Visit the careers posted on HireVeterans.com by Clicking Here, upload your resume and apply today.

Click Here for the CTCA.info website

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