Hi, Sarah! I'm Rebecca, and I'm a reading addict. LOL
I'm from (Western) Canada. My last university experience was 2016-2019, when I did an online program to be a library technician. I'm using my library skills (mad skillz! ha ha!) for volunteering so far, since jobs weren't plentiful when I graduated. I also teach my three special needs kids from home, since the public school system wasn't able to help the older two very well - not enough qualified support staff nor time to determine their specific needs. (The youngest wasn't in school yet, but it made sense to keep them all here.) I think much of my library training is helpful for this unpaid job as well - research, gathering teaching resources, etc.
Back at the end of the '90's, my community college started a program called Computer Information Systems. I was in the first group of students to go through that program, and although it didn't do much for getting jobs at the time (with only a tech diploma at the end and most jobs wanting more years of computer training/experience) it definitely helped when I took the library program, since I was familiar with technology.
My oldest is interested in video game development and programming languages. I hope he ends up having a career that involves some of that!