User and computer support specialists are there to help others. They know how to fix the most common problems people have with computers or software, and they are ready to step in whenever needed. In this role, you will likely work at a help desk. This can be at a company, in a computer lab, or at a call center. People will show up or call you with questions and frustrations. A great computer support specialist will have people skills as well as computer skills. Using both, you can make a company a better place for whoever you’re helping: coworkers, students, or customers. It’s an important job, and employers are always looking to hire great people — like you!
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A career pipeline partnership with ACC, offering extra support to help non-traditional students get into IT careers.
Classes offered at Austin Community College.
Degree or certification average completion time is 2.5 years or less.
This degree program includes a paid internship.
Students will earn a marketable skills award in their first year of training.
This program offers some classes that are self-paced through the ACCelerator Learning Lab.
Earn and stack certifications as you work toward your Associate Degree.
Co-enroll in the Women in Information Technology (WIT) program at ACC for additional support and resources.
Excellent customer service and customer satisfaction, good communicator, trained in technical support, help desk, and computer operating systems
Get paid to learn! This degree plan includes a paid internship 20 hours a week for 3 semesters. Interns are always paid at least $12 an hour, often more, and gain valuable hands-on experience.