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					International Academy of
   Design & Technology

            Programs We Offer

            Faculty

            Employment Opportunities

             Regional Attractions


 International Academy of Design and Technology
                555 Grant Street
              Pittsburgh, PA 15219
       IADT Faculty


        Annmarie Leap
        TC Nedzelskitc
        Donna McCullough
         Cassie Georgetti




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                     Annmarie Leap
       I have been an instructor at IADT for almost 7 years. My
 background includes an Associate of Science Degree in Computers
from Penn State University, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human
  Resource Management from Geneva College and I will finish my
   Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Geneva in
 March. Besides teaching I have had my own database business for
  the past 10 years. Some of the courses that I teach include Access,
           Excel, Word, Database Programming, TCP/IP, and
                         Telecommunications.




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                  Donna McCullough

Donna McCullough has been an Instructor with IADT for four years.
Donna has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Business
Education from the University of Pittsburgh.
Her interests are bowling, reading, yoga, and her family. She has two
children, Scott who is 14 years old and in 8th grade and Lynne who
is 20 years old and a junior in college.
                                Hello Class
                               My Name is
                              Mrs. .McCullough




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                          Cassie Georgetti
Education:
•A.S. Computer Information Management, ICM School of Business
•Obtaining B.S. in Business Administration, Columbia Southern University
Experience:
• 1996-1999               Network Technician, The Washington Hospital.
• 1999-2001               Instructor and Program Director, IADT, Fairmont, WV.
• 2001-Present            Program Chair for CIM department, Pittsburgh, PA.
Classes taught:
•LANs
•Hardware
•Microsoft Office Suite

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                                TC Nedzelski
Instructor / Educational Network Administrator / Intranet Web Developer
Graduate of Computer Tech Pittsburgh, PA ...............1999
Currently a student at University of Phoenix...Pittsburgh Campus
Faculty member since ....................................................1999
Experience:
Allen Bates Associates Programmer / Analysts Eon net Technologies
Senior Network Engineer Just Designs Designer / Network Engineer
Classes Taught: Assembler Programming, Novell Network
Administration, ADA, 95 Windows NT/2000, Introduction to Programming,
TCI/IP, Microsoft, C++ and Microsoft Visual Basic



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       Programs At IADT


       Computer Information Management

       Visual Communications

       Justice Technology

       Business Administration




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                     Computer Information
                         Management
 The International Academy of Design and Technology offers a variety of programs covering today's current
in-demand skills. IADT prepares you for a rewarding career in the growing technology and design fields.
Click below to learn more about these exciting programs.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 What kind of business would you like to get into? Advertising? Financial? Technology? Government?
Marketing? With training in Business Administration, you can follow your heart to almost any industry that
interests you-because every business needs people with solid business skills. This 18-month program
provides hands-on training with the software applications used in most offices today. Plus, you can learn on
your own new laptop computer* in IADT's wireless classrooms. Marketing, advertising and management
fundamentals are also covered, plus general education courses. Upon completion of this course you should
be prepared to start a career as a management or administrative assistant at advertising agencies,
marketing companies, computer and technology companies, banks, financial firms, retailers or government
agencies.

*New laptop computer is considered a startup school supply and is included in the total cost of the program.
The laptop becomes property of the student at the start of his/her second term.




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                   Visual communications
 The Visual Communications Program prepares students for an entry-level position in this
exciting, constantly evolving career field. Courses stimulate and develop conceptualization and
design capabilities-while practical hands-on lab classes emphasize critical production skills.
The program begins with a core of basic skills and gradually builds to more advanced
techniques including animation and multimedia. Students develop traditional and computer
skills utilizing the equipment and software currently used in the field. The general education
component of this program enhances these technical skills by adding broad-based problem-
solving and human relations insights from other academic disciplines. Various business
subjects are also integrated into the curriculum to provide additional structure and support.
The program is designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary for
employment in the visual communications industry and is taught on a professional level that
provides for both job entry and future growth. Graduates of this 18-month program can
possess the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain entry-level positions such as a graphic
designer, web page developer, illustrator, animator, production artist, layout artist, electronic
designer and visual journalist. A number of graduates will also find extremely rewarding
careers working as a freelance designer. The employers in this field include advertising
agencies, design studios, web site developers, corporate art departments, publishing houses,
printing companies, record companies, newspaper and magazine publishers and full- service
printing companies.
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                Business Administration

 What kind of business would you like to get into? Advertising? Financial? Technology?
Government? Marketing? With training in Business Administration, you can follow your heart
to almost any industry that interests you-because every business needs people with solid
business skills. This 18-month program provides hands-on training with the software
applications used in most offices today. Plus, you can learn on your own new laptop computer*
in IADT's wireless classrooms. Marketing, advertising and management fundamentals are also
covered, plus general education courses. Upon completion of this course you should be
prepared to start a career as a management or administrative assistant at advertising
agencies, marketing companies, computer and technology companies, banks, financial firms,
retailers or government agencies.

*New laptop computer is considered a startup school supply and is included in the total cost of
the program. The laptop becomes property of the student at the start of his/her second term




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                         Justice technology

 In today’s ever-changing world law enforcement has become more important than ever. Technological
advances continue to improve our ability to protect valuable information and analyze evidence; but keeping
abreast of the available technology is a challenge that law enforcement faces. Crimes are not committed in
the same realm as they were twenty years ago, nor are they investigated with all of the same techniques.
Computers & advanced technology have added a whole new dimension to law enforcement. Careers in the
fields of security and law enforcement have risen in the past two years and as our security continues to be
threatened, the need will continue to rise. Government agencies, security firms, police agencies and
corporations have and will continue to have the need for well-trained individuals who have the ability to
approach security enforcement, investigation and forensics on all levels.

The Justice Technology Program helps to achieve exactly that. The major focus is on building the abilities
and skills necessary for modern justice technology with a specific focus on evidence and computer
forensics. Students in this program receive hands-on training to familiarize them with the tools, techniques
and management issues faced in the new age of law enforcement. Computer and evidence forensics
courses cover computer virus issues and prevention, how to retrieve information from a computer system to
assist in solving crimes, courses also cover the various techniques used to collect and analyze evidence.
Students in this program receive preparation for ACT 235* with classroom instruction and time at a shooting
range. Students in this program receive a laptop computer and an evidence kit** which are utilized in the
classroom. Graduates of this program will receive a diploma in Justice Technology.



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                Employment Opportunities
Technical Support Analyst I
Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates information technology systems operations. May require an associate's degree in
a related area and 0-3 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Has knowledge of commonly-used
concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to
perform the functions of the job. Works under immediate supervision. Primary job functions do not typically require
exercising independent judgment. Typically reports to a project leader or manager.

 Engineer I
 Responsible for design, development, implementation, and analysis of technical products and systems. Performs
 engineering design evaluations. May develop a range of products. Requires a bachelor's degree in engineering and 0-3
 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and
 procedures within a particular field. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the
 job. Works under immediate supervision. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager.

 Documentation Specialist
 Prepares and/or maintains documentation pertaining to programming, systems operation and user documentation.
 Translates business specifications into user documentation. Plans, writes, and maintains systems and user support
 documentation efforts, including online help screen. May require an associate's degree in a related area and 0-2 years of
 experience in the field or in a related area. Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures
 within a particular field. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Works
 under immediate supervision.

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