Request for educational advice
Charles C. Bennett, Jr.
ccb at kukla.tiac.net
Thu Feb 3 11:25:41 EST 2000
> Hello everyone. The words "tuition reimbursement" are being discussed in
> my little world, and this is a perk that I intend to take full advantage
> of. I moved here about five months ago, and I'm aware of the major
> educational institutions. I'm interested in taking some programming (Java,
> C++, Perl) and networking courses, and I am soliciting recommendations from
> the list about where I'll get the most bang for my buck. I get 100%
> reimbursement, so cost is not an object, I'm more looking for a place that
> is devoted to going beyond the basics. Please email suggestions directly
> to avoid list clutter. I'm particularly interested in the Cambridge/West
> Boston area, because I live in Concord.
I've been pretty happy with time spent in course that are part of the
Northeastern University evening program. See
http://www.neu.edu/cont-ed/soawinter for the session that starts 2/14.
One GREAT thing about NEU is the 10 week semesters. You can get a
course under your belt without getting into that "dead stretch" at
weeks 7-8-9 where you forget what you were taking the course for in
the first place.
Charles C. Bennett, Jr. VA LiNUX Systems
Systems Engineer, Northeast US 25 Burlington Mall Rd., Suite 300
+1 617 543-6513 Burlington, MA 01803-4145
+1 888 LiNUX-4-U x 5738 +1 888 LiNUX-4-U
ccb at valinux.com www.valinux.com
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