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York College of PA partners with Dataforma to launch Software Super User Training Program

May 23, 2024
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York College of Pennsylvania students can gain the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the fast-paced world of technology through a Software Super User Training Program with Dataforma, a leading provider of software solutions for the construction industry located on campus. 

Through specialized training modules, hands-on experience with Dataforma software, mentorship opportunities, and networking with Dataforma clients, students can carve out rewarding career pathways. A collaboration that fosters career development opportunities for York College students, the certificate program also strengthens ties between academia and industry.

"We are thrilled to unveil this innovative program that embodies the spirit of industry collaboration and innovation at York College," said Dr. Mohammed Raja, Chair of the Department of Operations and Information Technology. "The Dataforma Software Super User Training Program represents another step forward in our mission to provide students with practical, real-world experiences that prepare them for success after graduation."

A longstanding incubator client company housed in the J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship, Dataforma is set to transition into York College's Knowledge Park, marking a significant milestone in their legacy of building academic/industry partnerships at York College. The certificate program underscores the transformative potential of Knowledge Park, a dynamic ecosystem where academic excellence and industry expertise converge to drive innovation, impact on the student experience, and economic growth. By leveraging the rich resources and expertise of York College and Dataforma, students will have unparalleled opportunities for professional development and career advancement.

"We are excited to partner with York College to launch the Dataforma Software Certified Super User Certification Program," said Daryl Maronic, President of Dataforma. "This initiative reflects our commitment to investing in the next generation of talent and providing students at YCP with the tools they need to thrive in the technology industry."