NuPaths, cofounded by Harrisburg University, is a registered pre-apprenticeship training provider, with programs that prepare students for well-paying and in-demand tech jobs. The Bucks County Workforce Development Board has partnered with Harrisburg University and NuPaths to offer the Network Technician program to high school students in Bucks County as part of their high school curriculum.
2022-2023 Participating Schools: Conwell-Egan HS and Morrisville HS
Network Technician Program for Bucks County High Schools
5 IT Certifications | 8 college credits
The program will run throughout the school year with classes each morning. You'll complete 3 courses and a project to learn the skills to become a Network Technician. You'll earn up to 5 IT certifications and 8 college credits. Career services support is provided for those who want to enter the workforce after graduating high school.
Network Technicians install, maintain and troubleshoot networks and data communication equipment. The Network Technician’s job also includes testing and configuring operating systems, repairing hardware, performing preventive maintenance and applying security measures As communication and collaboration across networks continues to grow, companies rely on network technicians to support the critical business applications that keep their organizations running effectively. To learn more visit https://nupaths.org/our-programs/network-technician/.
Complete the NuPaths application to register for the Network Technician program for Bucks County High Schools.
Register with a personal email address so that we can communicate with you over the summer and for career services support after you graduate high school.
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After completing the short form on this page, you'll be automatically forwarded in your web browser to complete the full application form. You will also receive two (2) emails. One email will ask you to validate your email address. Another email will provide a link for you to continue the application or make edits to your application before submitting it.