Cyber Skills Center Launches Artificial Intelligence Boot Camp

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The Cyber Skills Center at Tulsa Community College is expanding to offer a new boot camp program tailored to meet the growing demand for skills in artificial intelligence (AI). The AI boot camp is the Cyber Skills Center’s third program offering, joining existing boot camps for Cybersecurity and Data Analytics.

Applications are now open for the Cyber Skills Center’s fourth cohort, with all three boot camps on offer, providing a comprehensive curriculum to equip participants with in-demand tech skills in just 24 weeks. The application deadline is March 27.

AI has become a rapidly evolving technology across various industries, including finance, healthcare, education, and transportation. The AI boot camp aims to delve into concepts like neural networks, computer vision, natural language processing, and other applications vital for understanding this powerful technology.

"As the technology landscape rapidly evolves, it's essential for the Cyber Skills Center to remain at the forefront, ensuring we align with the industry's evolving demands,” said Jeremy Wade, Director of the Cyber Skills Center. “Introducing an Artificial Intelligence boot camp demonstrates our commitment to arming Tulsans with the tech skills needed to succeed in an AI-centric world.”

TCC is committed to fostering inclusivity and accessibility within the tech industry. The Cyber Skills Center will cover tuition costs for 75 learners across its Cybersecurity, AI, and Data Analytics boot camps. Additionally, fully-funded learners will receive support services including access to childcare, transportation, career readiness assistance, and required equipment.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old and residents of the Tulsa Metro Area, including Tulsa, Osage, Wagoner, Creek, Rogers, Pawnee, or Okmulgee counties.

Those not eligible for full funding are welcome to enroll using alternative funding sources. The program tuition through TCC partner edX is $12,000. Interested individuals can request more information to connect with an edX admission advisor to discuss.

For more information about the Cyber Skills Center and to apply for the boot camp programs, visit the Cyber Skills Center website. Applications for the fourth cohort are currently open.