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Application for Technical Support Specialist Training

Complete the NuPaths application and prepare to start your IT career as a Technical Support Specialist

Technical Support Specialist Program for Western PA High Schools
6 IT Certifications | 8 college credits

Prepare to start your IT career as a Technical Support Specialist.  Complete 4 courses, business skills workshops and a project.

Technical Support Specialists troubleshoot software, fix operating system issues, rebuild computers, and perform general maintenance on computer devices. With the field of computers and technology constantly changing and growing there will always be a need for technical support specialists. To learn more visit https://www.nupaths.org/nupathways/technical-support-specialist/

Program Schedule:  October 11, 2021 – May 7, 2022

  • Online in Zoom: 1 night a week from 6-8 PM (Tuesdays)
  • Online in Zoom: Every-other Saturday from 10 AM -12 PM
  • In Person at the technology center in Franklin, PA: 1 Saturday a month from 9-4 (1 hr for lunch)

Students will complete assignments on their own time throughout the week.

Tuition is funded by a 100% scholarship from the PA Robotics Initiative and the Innovative Institute for Tomorrow.  Complete the application to determine your scholarship eligibility.

After completing the short form to the right, you'll receive an email and be directed to complete the full application form.

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You agree that all information provided in your application is true and complete to the best of your knowledge. You understand that the discovery of any false information provided may be grounds for rescission of admission and registration and/or dismissal.

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