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GACC WorkForces

Broaden your IT & cybersecurity skills for full-time employment

Whether you’re a veteran, military spouse or transitioning service member, the Georgia Cyber Center WorkForces Program is designed to help you as you embark into the next chapter of your life after the military. The WorkForces Program will work with individuals who meet these criteria to increase or refine skills in IT and cybersecurity with formal training and work-based learning programs to build resumes, enhance marketability and prepare you for full-time employment in middle/high skilled occupations for life after the military.

The WorkForces Program will assist veterans and military spouses who want to improve their family’s life after the military by providing in demand, full-time IT and cybersecurity opportunities. Through the Georgia Cyber Center WorkForces Program, you will receive the training and skills necessary to advance along a career pathway to full-time employment in IT and cybersecurity occupations right here in the CSRA community.

The Georgia Cyber Center WorkForces Program is funded by a grant from the Department of Labor devoted to the economic success of the CSRA community by reskilling and upskilling veterans and military spouses for information technology and cybersecurity opportunities throughout the area.

How It Works

 Whether you’re an underemployed or unemployed veteran or military spouse, you are eligible to participate in the WorkForces Program at no cost. Transitioning service members are also eligible to enter the WorkForces program after their military exit date at no cost. 

The WorkForces Program will take you through training phases so that you can improve the life of you and your family with career opportunities as you begin life outside the military. 

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REGISTRATION PHASE 

The first step is to apply. In the WorkForces Program application platform, you will be provided information about IT/Cyber careers, program details, and submit eligibility documentation. After competition, qualified applicants will be contacted by a member of the WorkForces Program staff to move forward in the process.

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TRAIN-UP PHASE 

The train up phase is where you immerse yourself in either your re-skill or up-skill program track. While refining or learning skills in IT and cybersecurity, you will also garner career readiness knowledge through workshops. The career readiness workshops provide you with a resume and interview skills as well as enhance your marketability for when you’re ready for full-time employment opportunities. 

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 WORK BASED LEARNING PHASE 

After completing the initial train up phase, as well as additional career readiness skills and workshops, the WorkForces Program begins the work based learning phase. Our growing network of employer partners receive participant resumes and skill sets and work with our team to explore potential employment and other work-based learning opportunities.

TRAINING SCHEDULE

  • Enrollment open until January 21, 2022 or full
  • Orientation: January 31, 2022
  • Class Dates: February 7, 2022 – March 4, 2022
  • Enrollment open until February 18, 2022 or full
  • Orientation: February 28, 2022
  • Class Dates: March 7, 2022 – April 1, 2022
  • Enrollment open until April 15, 2022 or full
  • Orientation: April 25, 2022
  • Class Dates: May 2, 2022 – May 27, 2022
  • Enrollment open until May 13, 2022 or full
  • Orientation: May 23, 2022
  • Class Dates: Mary 31, 2022 – June 27, 2022 (**Note first day of class will be on Tuesday due to the Memorial Day Holiday)
  • Enrollment open until July 22, 2022 or full
  • Orientation: TBA (tentative August 2022)
  • Class Dates: TBA (tentative August 2022)
Phil Plantamura, COO
Security Onion Solutions LLC

Security Onion Solutions is proud to partner with the Georgia Cyber Center and others on the Workforces project. Personally, as a lifelong Augustan, I am so excited to see this investment in our community workforce and look forward to its benefits!

C. Priest Perry IV
MOSAIC Technologies Group
Director, NSA Georgia Operations

MOSAIC Technologies Group, LLC is very excited to be part of such a wonderful effort to grow local Cyber and Information Technology Training opportunities. We look forward to working with all partners of the One Workforce Grant to ensure maximum impact within the CSRA.

 

WHAT CAN OUR
PROGRAM DO FOR YOU?

VETERANS

The Georgia Cyber Center WorkForces Program was created for veterans to learn or refine their IT and cybersecurity skills for the vast IT sector opportunities available in the area. The WorkForces Program will take you through training phases so that you can improve the life of you and your family with career opportunities as you begin life outside the military. 

MILITARY SPOUSES

 The WorkForces Program will assist military spouses who want to improve their family’s life by providing in demand, full-time IT and cybersecurity opportunities. Through the Georgia Cyber Center WorkForces Program, you will receive the training and skills necessary to advance along a career pathway to full-time employment in IT and cybersecurity occupations. 

EMPLOYERS

 In today’s digital economy, every employer needs IT and cybersecurity professionals on hand for daily operations. By joining the WorkForces Program as an employer partner, you can fill the direct needs of your business or company with local, professionally trained talent. Joining the employer-partnership WorkForces Program helps grow the local community and provide full-time employment opportunities for veterans and their spouses. 

OUR TEAM MEMBERS

Cal
Wray
President, Augusta Economic Development Authority
Nicole
Cliff
Interim Director e1337 Training | Cyber DevOps Engineer
Dr/CSM(R) Tom
Clark
Executive Director, CSRA Alliance Fort Gordon
Cheney
Thomasson
Strategic Partnerships Augusta Economic Development Authority
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100 Grace Hopper Ln,
Augusta, GA 30901