This course  is designed to provide students with foundational digital skills necessary for most jobs these days. Whether working in-person or remotely, at a small company or a global enterprise, nearly every worker - and every well-paid worker - uses a computer. 

This course prepares students for an entry level Data Analyst position while teaching the essential software and trending programming skills.


In this course, students will learn how to put data into a chart, graph, or other visual format that helps inform analysis and interpretation using Excel, Tableau, R Studio, and PowerBI.

At the end of the course, student will know:

In this course, students will expand on skills acquired in the prior courses by learning how to combine R and Python capability into one project using R Studio and Anaconda.


Based on our First HVTech workshop brainstorming on October 6th, we came up with the following:

How does your brain process information most efficiently?

What is your Brain Quadrant Dominance?

Just how positive a thinker are you?


Meet Ups:

An Immersive Three-Day Experience Offers Entrepreneurs Opportunity to Pitch & Launch New Ventures in Front of All-Star cast of Local Investors, Mentors, and Judges (In Person).

Data-Driven 102: Decision Making for Small Businesses

Data-Driven 101: Developing a Data-Driven Small Business Culture


Let's face it: small businesses generate a lot of data, but cannot utilize it.

Data can inform their decision making. How to get there? Where to start?