IT Seminars and Events
It's an IT world. Succeed in IT.
Advances in IT continue to drive innovation and create change across all industries.
In addition, businesses will continue to seek out and invest in talented professionals who can integrate and apply various IT tools and applications.
That means IT careers are expected to continue to grow, offering challenging work that allows for creativity, intellectual development and financial security.
Count on CPCC to help you stay informed and to be an active voice in Charlotte's IT community.
UP-COMING EVENTS (co-hosted by Computer Technology Inst.)
SQL Saturday - October 17 at Levine Campus
The is a not-for-profit association focused on advancing the state's tech industry. NCTA has 750+ member companies, organizations and institutions representing more than 150,000 North Carolina based employees.
NEW: Charlotte WISE - WISE (Women in Information Technology Science and Engineering) is a collaboration of businesses, educational institutions, and organizations dedicated to increasing the number of women in the IT talent pipeline, from the classroom to the boardroom.
Charlotte Area SharePoint User Group currently meets bi-monthly to discuss all things SharePoint. This group is for IT Pros, Developers, and Business Users. SharePoint Saturday will take place Saturday, September 19th at Central Piedmont Community College's Levine Campus in Matthews. Check back here for detail and updates.
The Charlotte BI Group (CBIG) is a technical user group focused on Business Intelligence topics. This group meets the first Tuesday of every month from 5:30-7:30pm.
The Carolina IT Professionals Group is committed to the advancement of IT, the support of IT professionals and is devoted to giving back to our community. This group meets on the second Tuesday of each month at Pritchard Memorial Baptist Church.
Association of Information Technology Professionals meet most months usually on the fourth Wednesday of the month at noon. Seeks to advance the IT profession through professional development, support of IT education, and national policies on IT that improve society as a whole.
Tech After Five is a networking for technology professionals and entrepreneurs. This group meets at BlackFinn American Saloon on second Tuesday of every month from 5:30-7:30pm.
The Enterprise Developers Guild is an independently run, volunteer user group that meets monthly to discuss and share information on a variety of Microsoft-centric technology topics. The group offers an excellent way to receive a technical education and meet with peers to get more out of the latest Microsoft platforms, products, technologies, and resources. This group meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month.
Other Programming Groups in Charlotte:
For other IT events in the Charlotte area, visit the Friends in Tech website.
Links to navigate Computer Technology Institute
ATTENTION: If you are an unemployed professional, consider applying for a REACH IT Scholarship to upgrade skills for IT jobs.