BA to the Future: Why Business Analysis Skills Are Your Secret Weapon

Imagine stepping into a boardroom, ready to present to your clients on how cutting-edge technology and strategic business initiatives will help transform the way they do business. This is the power of business analysis—a skill set that not only elevates …

By Kat Davis
Kat Davis IL Tech Career Partner
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TechChicago Week 2024

TechChicago Week 2024 is a week-long celebration across the city with in-person events and activations for everyone to amplify Chicago’s unique tech ecosystem – highlighting culture, inclusive access, opportunities, and conversations to build community and positively impact.

By Nicholas Mancari
Nicholas Mancari Associate Director, Career Services
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Unveiling the Cipher: The Indispensable Role of Certifications in Cybersecurity Careers

In the fast-evolving field of cybersecurity, certifications are not merely beneficial; they are often critical for career progression and establishing professional credibility. Having maneuvered through the highly competitive process of securing Summer internships for two semesters as a graduate student …

By Manoj Viswanathan
Manoj Viswanathan
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Featured Resources

Scarlet C-Suite Program

The Scarlet C-Suite Program is a comprehensive program offered by Career Services. The purpose of the program is to elevate …

Graduate Career Outcomes

Graduate College Career Outcomes

The following is an overview of career outcomes for Illinois Tech students who received advanced degrees from a variety of programs of study within their first six months of graduation.  Data is viewable and filterable for the past 5 class years.   Career Services tracks career outcomes on an annual basis through a survey known as First Destination.

  • First Destination
  • Top Employers
  • Starting Salary
  • Employment Locations

First Destination

Learn more about career outcomes for our Masters and Ph.D. level graduates. Within six months of graduation, the vast majority of our graduates were employed full-time in their intended fields.