Tuition-Free Computer and IT Training for Teachers/Educators
To bridge the Digital Divide and to help the Nation's teachers and others
in education to become computer-literate and/or computer professionals,
the non-profit National Education Foundation CyberLearning, with the
support of Microsoft and others, is offering the first 5,000 applicants full
tuition scholarship of $2,000 to take any or all of the 400+ Internet-based
online personal computing and computer professional courses.
The high-quality, user-friendly courses are either self-study or
They cover all levels and almost all topics, including PC Basics, A+,
MCSE, CNE, Internet, Microsoft Office, MOUS, WordPerfect, Lotus, Operating
Systems, Windows, Windows 2000, Linux, Unix, Networking, WAN, LAN,
Programming, C++, Visual Basics, Web design, Web applications, Web Master,
E-commerce, Databases, Oracle and Cisco.
To sign up, just visit www.cyberlearning.org and click on "Free IT Training,"
and pay a nominal registration fee of $75 with official or personal credit
The $75 is your only cost.
You can receive immediate access to all 400+ online courses, an online
library of the latest 1,000+ computer/information technology books,
instructor assistance and course-specific chat areas.
Please feel free to forward this information to interested teachers,
and others in education. If you do not wish to receive any further scholarship
information from us, please reply with the message, "remove." Thank you.
The non-profit National Education Foundation's (NEF) main missions include
training 100,000 IT professionals and one million disadvantaged students and
NEF has earned many distinctions including "The Ivy League of IT Training,"
"1995 Fairfax Human Rights Award Winner," and " A Leader in Bridging the
"You are helping to empower America. I salute you for your ongoing
commitment to creating a better America," --- President Clinton
"This is an awesome opportunity." --- Washingtonjobs.com
"Microsoft is pleased to play a part ... NEF can make a positive
difference in the lives of a great number of individuals." --- Microsoft