The Digital Technology Credential program has launched its initial phase at AU.
The Capital CoLAB was created by the Greater Washington Partnership. The program is for undergraduate students* in the liberal arts pursuing degrees in non-tech fields who want to gain digital technology skills for their future careers. Digital technology skills will be embedded into every job across industries and sectors as a way of life. This program is an opportunity to signal these digital tech competencies to employers.
Throughout the program, gain access to top executives and changemakers for career building opportunities, internships, and more. When you’ve completed the pathway, gain your Credly credentials to include on your transcript, LinkedIn, resume and other candidate materials.
*There are currently pathways for students through the School of Public Affairs and the Kogod School of Business for students who began at AU in Fall 2019 or later. See pathways below for each.
- Earn credit by successfully completing university-approved courses
- Connect with leading Capital Regional employers
- No additional fees
For questions regarding the program, please contact Julie Jones, Director of Employer Relations.
Take the Next Steps
Interested in taking the next steps to earn the Digital Technology Credential?
1. Meet with your AU academic advisor.
2. Work with your career center to update your resume and update your career plan.
3. Sign up for the credential program through Capital CoLAB.
Jill Klein, AU faculty & Interim Dean, explains the digital technology credential on the Helix Education podcast
- Booz Allen Hamilton
- Capital One
- General Dynamics
- JPMorgan Chase
- MedStar Health
- McKinsey & Company
- Monumental Sports & Entertainment
- Northrop Grumman
- Stanley Black & Decker
- T. Rowe Price
- Under Armor
For the most up-to-date information, visit Capital CoLAB.