Future for Technology

Tech occupation employment is expected to grow at about twice the rates of overall employment in the US. Application and system software are expected to experience a massive growth in the coming years as the world moves towards cloud storage.

Skills-Based Learning

A great option is skills-based learning when looking to expand learning in tech careers. This chart gives an example of some of the skills you can learn based on the field you may be interested in.

Front End

  • JavaScript/jQuery
  • Frameworks
  • Responsive Design
  • Version Control/Git
  • Testing/Debugging
  • Browser Developer Tools
  • Web Performance
  • CSS Preprocessing
  • Command Line

Back End

  • Backend Programming Languages (Java, Python, PHP)
  • Knowledge of Popular Frameworks
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Databases and Cache
  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Knowledge of APIs
  • Systems


  • Data Visualization
  • Data Cleaning
  • Python
  • SQL and NoSQL
  • Machine Learning
  • Linear Algebra and Calculus


  • Installing firewalls and routers
  • Data encryption
  • Python
  • CMD
  • JavaScript
  • Ruby
  • PowerShell
  • Bash Scripting
  • Operating Systems
  • Customer Service

Cloud Computing

The newest side of IT. Cloud computing is the move of traditional information technology resources and services online to "the cloud." These resources include servers, storage, databases, networking software, analytics, and intelligence. Cloud Computing offers innovation and flexible resources, while often being economic for business.


Looking to jumpstart your career in as little as 3 months?

CEI partners with organizations that offer accelerated training programs designed to successfully prepare people with little or no background in IT for entry-level jobs in cybersecurity, a highly in-demand and lucrative career path.


Cybersecurity is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. With rising phishing attacks fueled by pandemic concerns and widespread remote work, the industry is set to grow even more rapidly. Idaho is becoming a breeding ground for tech startups, with a strong presence of government functions and research centers. Idaho’s cybersecurity cluster has the potential to progress from emergent to established. This cluster will thrive once the state is able to develop and maintain a steady pipeline of cybersecurity talent.


The raise in Idaho's cybersecurity job postings in 2020


Idaho's demand for cybersecurity skills in computer job postings


Idaho businesses offering cybersecurity services

Cybint Bootcamp

The field has had 0% unemployment for nearly a decade, and forecasts 350% job growth through 2021. With plentiful opportunities and competitive compensation, an accelerated Cybersecurity Bootcamp is the best way to gain the necessary skills to fill these positions.

Two different accelerated training options.

Web Development

Most boot camps run a Full Stack Software Developer program, but we found that it can be beneficial to specialize in either Front End or Back End. Because of this, we offer two separate, full-length programs - one for each stack.

These bootcamps are 18-weeks each.

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From Associate Degrees to Technical Certificates,
be done in as little as 2 semesters

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