Improving the workforce is our job.™
We’re an accredited, nonprofit training provider.
We help you upskill and get certified
to land a tech job or become a technopreneur.
We help you land the tech job you want.
We help you level up
to your next position in the tech field.
I want to get certified or land a job in Information Technology.
Our Employment and Entrepreneurship Assistance Services (EEAS) program is designed help you achieve your career goals, no matter which pathway you choose, starting from Day 1 of your training.
I’m interested in traditional employment, working for a company or government agency.
Virtually all modern employers rely on Information Technology for critical aspects of their business, regardless of the industry they are in. We can help you navigate a transition into the IT field from where you are now; or help you advance your IT career with new skills.
The Information Technology field offers a variety of ways to be your own boss. You can pursue entrepreneurship either full-time or part-time, and on virtually any scale. Whether that means working independently on occasional projects, or running your own business, we can help you get started on whichever path you choose.
Technological advances in the workplace have increased exponentially in recent years, and continue to fuel workers' anxiety over being replaced by machines. Meanwhile, employers express growing concerns about the technology skills gap, and the challenge of finding and recruiting workers with the skills and knowledge required to keep up with these changes. While it is true that by 2025, more than half of all workplace tasks could be automated,
research suggests that twice as many new jobs are likely to be created than were lost in that transition. Training and continuous upskilling are critical to remaining competitive if job seekers want to be the ones to fill these new positions.
World Economic Forum, Davos 2020: The Future of Work; Robert Half, The State of U.S. Tech Hiring (Dec 2019) Headlight, The State of Tech Hiring 2017
Most Likely Reasons Candidates Do Not Get a Job Offer.
The State of Tech Hiring 2017
"According to both hiring managers and tech workers, not passing the technical bar Is the #1 reason for why candidates don't get a job offer." - Headlight, State of Tech Hiring 2017
Snapshot of Outcomes
Ok, we understand there’s a skills gap, but can Cybersecurity Institute at Lab Four Professional Development Center really help?
80%of program completers in 2021 are now working in a training-related position
Our holistic approach of combining instructor led, project-driven technical training, with proactive, hands-on employment and entrepreneurship assistance does more than just look good on paper. It works!