The answer is yes. In order for students to earn employment, you need to work online.
That’s why we created the Online Certificate in Computer Programming (OCPCOP). The free certificate enables qualified students, including students with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, to create online courses for employment with our employers.
Our certificate program is designed to give qualified students, such as students with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, an experience that can lead them to employment.
With so many employers using online programs to attract workers, it’s important that students with higher education and computer science backgrounds can help employers make the transition to a new world.
We’ll even help you become an employee themselves.
So give this online certificate a try today!
About the Show
The first episode is directed by Hiroshi Takeuchi and features the voice performances of Yuma Midorikawa in “Ryuugi Kaitai” (Crying Wolf) and Yuka Ohira in “Ichiban Uechida -Dare to be Beautiful”. The second episode is directed by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto and focuses on the role of Shouzuki Inoue-Nishi in “Dare to be Beautiful” (the most popular song in Japan, and the second most watched idol music video of all time in Japan). Shouzuki Inoue-Nishi plays the part of Yoshida Ryuta, a middle schooler that is interested in the role of “Dare to be Beautiful” (the most popular song in Japan, and the second most watched idol music video of all time in Japan)… and also has a dark secret. He also gets in the way of others… … more
The Federal Trade Commission yesterday announced it found two major cable-TV companies liable for engaging in deceptive advertising against consumer TV programming — including the hit comedy “Seinfeld.” Both networks were forced to pay $2 million to resolve allegations that they had used a type of TV trademark not allowed by law to falsely represent the content of individual sitcom episodes in the cable programming they sold.
“Although cable TV has been around for more than 30 years in the United States, this latest settlement reflects a major shift in the media industry,” said FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz. “The FTC takes allegations concerning deceptive conduct seriously and is committed to ensuring consumers enjoy an accurate view of what is on their programming and how that programming is presented.”
The Federal Trade Commission’s complaints first revealed that,