MISHAWAKA- This year, Bethel University is offering a Cloud Computing Bootcamp. The Computer Science department is offering high school students and people in the workforce an opportunity to learn the basics of cloud computing. The purpose is to help prepare current and future employees to effectively use cloud technology in the workforce according to betheluniversity.edu.
This training was made possible through a LIFT (Labs for Industry Futures and Transformation) grant that Bethel received. The purpose of the grant is to provide education in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields. Because of this $255,000 grant, Bethel is able to provide these boot camp sessions for free according to betheluniveristy.edu.
“Bethel University is very excited to take our cloud computing expertise and provide it to the greater Michiana area to help grow all of our technical expertise,” said Cathy Bareiss, PH.D., professor of computer science. This information was found in a press release published on the Bethel University website.
These sessions are being taught by our Computer Science Department. The fall bootcamp started on Aug. 31. The Spring sessions will begin on Jan. 3. Sessions are on Tuesday nights, registration at betheluniversity.edu.
For more information or to register, visit www.BethelUniversity.edu/CloudBootCamp.