Answered by Beamer, Hiring Expert at Textron Inc., on Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Information Technology is certainly a valuable path so kudos for taking it. To answer your question, what comes to mind is the term "well-rounded". Your best bet is to narrow down the companies you will be interested in working for and tailor additional education to suit those companies' profile. You can never go wrong with business classes. I would take a Statistics for Business, Organizational Behavior or Economics class if you haven't already. Additionally, stay current on new programs and languages, even consider getting certified in social media platforms such as Hootsuite. Lastly, I'd put together an online resume full of creative, but professional work related to what you want to do. I believe all this will help. Good Luck!