Careers in Computer Science are quite rewarding and can be quite lucrative. Please explore your options and obtain a good foundation. A past article I wrote on Choosing a Career might be of interest to you. Find a career where you are enthused to come to work each day. Time passes quickly, so explore careers and try out different opportunities. Apply for internships, there are several opportunities through the high school. If you find one you might enjoy, then start searching out good colleges that have the reputation to help further your career. One such opportunity was posted on the Front Range Community College Website. There are other opportunities available. Search for them. This article was posted for students earning a Bachelors degree and wanting further education. It is just one example of what is available locally.
Bridge Program – Colorado School of Mines
Posted Mar 30, 2021 8:27 AM
It’s never been a better time to take your bachelor’s degree and pursue a graduate degree at Colorado School of Mines in computer science! CS@Mines M.S. graduates have outstanding career opportunities, with an average starting salary of $98,730.
CS@Mines has launched a new Bridge program designed for students without a CS undergraduate degree to prepare for and complete a CS M.S. in just four semesters of full-time enrollment. Limited scholarships are also available. Women and students from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
Attend our upcoming virtual information session to learn more about CS@Mines Bridge, or visit our website for more details: https://cs.mines.edu/csbridge/
Tuesday, April 6, 4-5PM Mountain Time
Zoom access details will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
Tracy Camp, Ph.D.
ACM Fellow; IEEE Fellow
Department Head and Professor of Computer Science
Colorado School of Mines
CS Department: http://cs.mines.edu