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Connecting with a mentor who can offer real-world guidance can make all the difference in your career. http://t.co/chhF8Ss7h5

Derrald is interested in connecting with other students in the IT program. If that is your program stop by and say hi below.

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CTU has what IT takes when working towards becoming and IT professional. Check out this infographic to find out why. http://bit.ly/11Ma5pR

5 common phrases that create failure (and what to say instead) http://t.co/IhsWsLvV1q via @inc

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