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There are many stats (and opinions) about why so few women have careers in technology and young girls are not encouraged in school to pursue math and science. It’s encouraging to see people looking for ways to make a difference and talking about the problem, but I’d like to see more dialogue focused on what the solution to change is and how we can all work to implement it.

That’s where we come in, ladies. We’re doing something we’re not typically known for — putting ourselves and our education first. Let’s get our CTS Certification!

InfoComm International (InfoComm) has done an amazing job creating the new CTS Exam Guide. It is a 500-page textbook and each page is filled with technical and process-oriented data on the AV industry. There are test questions in each chapter and a supplemental CD containing a sample CTS test exam. Simply put, it’s everything we need to learn and prepare to pass our CTS Test Certification.

The plan is to form a study group that meets regularly over the course of the year and prepares for taking the exam at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas. The how, when and where our group meets is still coming together and more details will be coming in the next few weeks. Our first run will be a learning process and we’ll adjust as we grow. We’re incredibly fortunate our industry trade organization is InfoComm, and their guidance and support will direct us throughout our journey!

Connect with Jennifer H Willard on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jennifer-h-willard-cts/1/959/841
This blog post is reprinted with permission from rAVe [Publications].
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