One of the challenges for many learners in the computer science and cybersecurity fields is securing that all-too-important (and oftentimes elusive) “experience” that makes them eligible for the majority of entry-level positions in the Information Technology (IT) marketplace. Here is a GREAT way to not only get your 4-year degree and a security clearance (which is worth its weight in gold), but to also get all the experience you would need to be a highly valuable commodity in the cyber and computer science industry!
The National Security Agency (NSA) is accepting applications for its co-op program and Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is hosting an informational session on Friday, March 3rd, 2017 at 2:45PM in CADE 207 if you are interested in finding out more information! A truly amazing opportunity and here is the official announcement and link:
“Want to get paid while you complete your 4-year degree? NSA is now accepting applications for its co-op program from students majoring in electrical or computer engineering, computer science, or cybersecurity. In this program you alternate between a semester of work, at NSA with full pay, and a semester of college. Here is a link for more information:
There will be an information session on Friday, March 3 at 2:45 in CADE 207 with a representative from NSA.”
Best of luck and be sure to pass this along to anyone who you feel might be interested. In fact, AACC had FOUR (4) learners accepted to the program last year!