Texas A&M was founded as a land-grant college but is now a global leader in teaching, research and public service. At present, its 44,000 enrolled students are studying for degrees at 10 academic colleges.
Mindy Sterling, a computer technology instructor who develops, coordinates and conducts the training of Windows application courses at the university’s Houston Training Center, stopped by to chat with us about the role her Microsoft certifications have played in propelling her career forward and why it has been essential to keep that certification upgraded and current.
Mindy Sterling, MCSE, MCSA, MCT, runs the computer training program for Texas A&M University’s Houston Training Center. She recently created a technical center for Microsoft certification and wireless technology training.