HAYS, KS – September 27, 2022 – In a move that underscores the company’s commitment to employee development, Vyve Broadband is working with Fort Hays State University and the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE®), a CableLabs® subsidiary, to offer a new associate degree program for the telecommunications professionals it employs. This partnership will directly benefit Vyve employees by enabling them to earn college credits, pursue their degrees and advance their applied skills and theoretical knowledge.
“Vyve Broadband is committed to the development of our employees. We are excited about this opportunity for our team members both in Kansas and across the country to advance their skills and knowledge as well as careers. Post-secondary education plays a key role in career development, and we are proud to support all our employees who wish to work towards their degree through FHSU Online,” said Travis Kohlrus, Vyve Regional Vice President.
Through a combination of courses from Fort Hays and SCTE®, learners can now earn an Associate of General Studies degree with an emphasis in Computer Networking & Telecommunications. SCTE’s courses count toward the associate degree and can be completed through FHSU Online. The program is designed for professionals working in the industry who want to advance their skills and knowledge, earn college credits, and pursue a degree in this fast-growing professional field.
For a company that is a pioneer in delivering game-changing internet technology to traditionally underserved communities, this move highlights Vyve’s desire to offer more opportunities to its growing team of employees as well. The company currently has multiple openings within its growing technology group available across the United States. Candidates looking for an exciting career in telecommunications with a team that compensates employees competitively and offers unique advancement opportunities can apply here.
For more information on Vyve Broadband, visit: https://vyvebroadband.com/.
For more information on the FHSU’s new Associate of General Studies degree with an emphasis in Computer Networking & Telecommunications, visit: https://www.fhsu.edu/.