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Love technology? Turn your passion into a career.

Imagining a world without the Internet doesn't seem possible-especially when businesses, organizations, and even people in certain industries, need a web presence to succeed. Because of this, demand for web developers is part of the information technology field that is growing faster than average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. If you've got a creative mind and strong technical skills, seize the opportunity to be a part of this exciting, fast-paced industry.

This hands-on program will prepare you for entry-level employment in the dynamic and evolving web development field. Learn more.

Faculty Spotlight

CNC Instructor, Barry Young

Barry Young, CNC Machinist Instructor

CNC Machinist Instructor Barry Young came to Bates Technical College in 2008 following 25 years in the aerospace industry working as a journeyman machinist, planner and toolmaker. Barry also taught apprenticeship classes for the National Tooling and Machining Association. First teaching in the Machinist program, Barry developed the CNC Machinist program in response to industry demand.

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