EverUp Micro-Credential: Software Engineering
Senhuang Cai, a Computer Science student at Queens College, has many goals for how she plans to use her Software Engineering EverUp Micro-Credential. She aspires to one day become a senior engineer and company manager, and eventually start a business with a team of passionate people.
Senhuang decided to enroll in the Software Engineering micro-credential to supplement her Computer Science knowledge. She found the micro-credential to be engaging, especially when it came to building her own website.
“The way the professor taught, it really made me interested in coding…” she said. “And we were able to create a website. It was so fun that we could have our own design and make our website work.”
She also networked with her professor and fellow students, including on LinkedIn. Senhuang knows that these networks and her stronger coding skills will help her achieve her professional aspirations.
“Most companies are looking for the skills and also the programming language [I learned in the micro-credential],” she said.
EverUp Micro-Credentials are 100-hour online intensives co-designed by CUNY faculty and Jobs Council company content experts. Successful completers receive exclusive benefits that provide a competitive career boost. Learn more.