I love technology. I love the information and the ability to learn more when I’m in the middle of something. I love the opportunity to be able to collaborate with others and learn from them if I’m lucky enough to be part of a company or a team. I love the tools that they give us to help us reach our goals and passions.
In Scranton, Pa., there used to be a career technology center that served as a “career center.” The center was a place for job applicants to get tested for their technical skills. The Center was also a place to learn and network with other job seekers. But what was once the center’s purpose has been taken over by the Career Resource Center.
The Career Resource Center is basically a career center for technology-related fields. And it’s even more of a tech-centered center. It currently has a focus on software, networking, and e-learning.
The Career Resource Center says that it was created because there was a shortage of job-specific centers and the Career Resource Center was created to fill that void. But the Career Resource Center is in fact a job-specific center. It is a job training center. And it is a career center for technology-specific fields.
A career center is a facility or department that specializes in areas such as computer science, information systems, engineering, IT, or other fields of technology. (In general, careers centers are training and job-search facilities. So they are pretty similar.) Most careers centers today are private, which has one main purpose: to help people find a job in a specific job-specific field. They can help people take on specific skills and interests or work with others to learn new skills.