Global Information Technology takes great care in serving Active Duty Military National Guard Reserves and Veterans over the many years with career pathways in a variety of advanced and accelerated IT professions including: Technical Help Desk, Web Design and Development, Data Administration, Network Engineering, Computer Programming, DeskTop Support, and Clerical Administration. We offer real world hands-on education from dedicated instructors to prepare you for success in today’s most demanding IT job market.
In addition to more traditional IT paths, Global IT has created a unique opportunity for Veterans to join the growing need of information security professionals. The Veterans Information Security Initiative, a Veterans Affairs Agency certified Fast Track Program, is one of the most innovative in IT training and job placement services in the State of Michigan teaching veterans entry level information security such as Comp TIA Security + and progressing to Certified Information Systems Security Professional and Certified Ethical Hacker.
We offer free resume help and career counseling to all Michigan Veterans. To begin, Veterans can sign up below and a VA certified representative will contact you shortly.
We provide world-class job placement and career services to Michigan Veterans who join our IT family and train with us. Our sole mission centers on successful career pathways for Michigan Veterans who are open to quickly entering the workforce and pursuing high degrees of technical knowledge.
For more information about your specific benefits in regards to your service, please visit Gibill website or call 248-557-2480 to set up an appointment with one of our representatives.
How do I use my Post 9/11 G.I Bill?
Global Information Technology is approved by the State of Michigan Proprietary School Education and the US Department of Veterans Affairs, to accept Veteran education benefits. These benefits may cover up to 100% of tuition and fees, and can provide a percentage stipend for your courseware, lodging, testing and other training-related costs as well.
How to use G.I Bill with Global Information Technology?
We will review your background and assist you through the application process so you can start your training as quickly as possible. You will need to provide a copy of your VA GI Bill COE (Certificate of Eligibility) or screenshot of your COE from VA e-Benefits website to begin the process.
Real testimonials from our Students!
I would like to thank you for the great experience I had with the “Java Professional” course taught by our knowledgeable instructor. He was very patient with us when explaining programming concepts that are new to the Java Language. He pointed out topics that will be covered in the Certification exam that will help prepare [...] Read more
8/10/2017. My experience Global Information Technology was something I wouldn’t trade for the world. When I went there looking for A+ Training, I had been jobless for eight months. I was desperate to find something, anything that would change my life. Global Information Technology did just that. After completing the training program there, I actually [...] Read more
I am writing this letter today in recommendation of Global Information Technology (GIT). In the spring of 2008 I learned that my employment position was being off-shored. Of course this was devastating news. Even though I possess a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, I realized I did not specialize in any specific IT area and [...] Read more
As a United States Army veteran, I participated in four (4) combat tours and a tour of duty to South Korea. I am a three (3) time veteran of Iraq, serving in various capacities in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) I, III and Operation New Dawn (OND) which ended the war in Iraq in December 2011. [...] Read more
Christopher B. Amara, Jr.
US Army Veteran
In mid-2012, I was at a cross-road in my life after being informed that the position I held for over 11 years was being eliminated. I realized then that my skills needed to be updated to take me into a new line of work. That’s when I met one of your career advisors at Detroit [...] Read more