I'm a Keystone College graduate with my Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology.
After graduating from Keystone, I began working at Borton-Lawson as an IT Intern and eventually was hired on as a full-time IT Technician. Today, I still work at Borton-Lawson as an Application Programmer. I enjoy what I do and always learn something new everyday.
From working on websites to dabbling in SQL, Borton-Lawson has really helped me shine in what I do. I've gotten to meet a lot of new people and work on projects that helped me gain a lot of real-world experience.
Growing up, I was always interested in technology. I loved video games and inevitably grew to love computers and other technology. When asked on an assignment in elementary school "what I want to be when I grow up", the best answer I could come up with was simply a "computerist".
While a "computerist" isn't exactly a profession (or a word for that matter), I did continue to achieve that dream - just with a different title. At Borton-Lawson, I've gone on to become an Application Programmer over my three years of employment. It's a great job working with great people and a phenomenal experience overall.
On top of being a "computerist" (or programmer, as the professional world seems to call it), I love web development. During my career in college, I worked on a few different websites for classes, honors projects, and more. I always found it fun to work with a team to design, build, and deploy a website for a customer.
I love what I do everyday and always strive to learn something new. In the world of IT, keeping your knowledge current is critical in a world that changes by the hour.