New Year, New Opportunities for Growth and Development

Looking to get a jumpstart on your 2022 professional development goals? Wherever you are in your IT career, here are two great growth opportunities you can explore to invest in yourself: the new IT Mentoring Program and the newly expanded IT Experiential Development Program.

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Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders

Stanford’s first Vice Provost for Institutional Equity, Access and Community Patrick Dunkley and Gerald Chertavian, founder and CEO of Year Up, spoke at the Dec. 2 Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders, a virtual event series sponsored by Stanford University IT, the CIO Council, and IDEAL IT affinity groups. The discussion and Q&A were moderated by Steve Gallagher, Stanford’s chief information officer.

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Commit to Developing You in ’22

Professional development, networking, knowledge-sharing — these benefits and more are available to you with the launch of an exciting new IT Mentoring Program in January 2022.

Ready to host a development opportunity? Let us know by Dec. 17

Before you log off for winter closure, consider starting 2022 with this win-win opportunity. The IT Experiential Development Program (IT EDP) seeks hosts for three types of development opportunities: Go-and-See, Job Shadowing, and Short-Term Development Assignments.

Get ExCITEd! Explore Careers in Technology. Brought to you by the CIO Council & People of Color in Technology

Get ExCITEd About Your Future

More than 90 attendees participated in the first-ever quarterly Explore Careers In Technology Event (ExCITE) sponsored by CIO Council and People of Color in Technology (POC-IT). 

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Major Work Behind the Major Incident Process

When incidents escalate to a major incident, the UIT major incident process is immediately activated. Take a high-level look at the work done behind the scenes to help quickly triage, communicate about, and restore the affected service(s).