As a child, Damian Nita’s elders fostered his love of computers. Now, the 2012 LFCC network engineering grad is helping older generations with their computer needs.
Damian has been working at Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury since April 2013. He’s an IT network technician at the senior living community.
Since starting work at Westminster-Canterbury, Damian has helped develop a digital security camera system, and helps solve IT issues for residents. He enjoys the diversity of his job.
As a young boy, Damian would accompany his mother to work. There, he would play on her computer. When he was in eighth grade, Damian’s grandfather bought him his first computer.
Damian really enjoyed having Richie Crim, LFCC’s information technology strategist, as a professor because he was “open and willing to let students experiment.” He also praised the knowledge of IT professor Henry Coffman.“
LFCC opened the world to me,” says Damian, who has since taught for Workforce Solutions. “Professors are dedicated.”