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CSUF Begins Partnership with SkillStorm Tech Training Company
August 17, 2022

Cal State Fullerton recently started a partnership with SkillStorm that allows you to take courses for high-demand enterprise technologies. Included in the cost of each program is the fee for your first certification exam.

Through the CSUF Extension & International Programs (EIP) department, you can register for courses in Amazon Web Services (AWS), Salesforce, Pega, and CompTIA. Here’s what you need to know. 

Why Is This Partnership Important?

“As demand for technological skills continues to rise throughout the region, state and across the country, it becomes increasingly imperative that higher education institutions remain cognizant and keep pace with labor demand needs,” said Dr. Debra Leahy, Dean for Extension and Associate Vice President for International Programs.

“The partnership allows students to access the skills and credentials that today’s labor market demands while building a tech workforce that is more diverse, more inclusive, and more prepared to respond to an ever-changing economy.”

How Do I Get Started?

These courses are open to anyone who wants to gain in-demand skills for the tech industry. Also, if you register by October 31st, 2022, you will receive a 10% discount! Get started now and advance your tech career.

Browse the course catalog: https://csuf-catalog.skillstorm.com/

This article was originally published by CSUF News. To read the full article click here.


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