NextGen Cyber Talent conducts a cohort every month to educate and train underserved, underprivileged and diverse talents in Cybersecurity, risk, and compliance domains.
You will receive a certification at the end of the successful completion of the program and we will also help you find an internship or a full-time job opportunity within our partners, sponsors, or other enterprise organizations.
To sign up for the training program, click on the Sign-Up button to register in the program and select the appropriate training cohort. If you are already a registered candidate in other NextGen Programs like Mentoring or Grant programs, then click on the Login button.
The NextGen Cyber Grant program provides students who have enrolled or completed an eligible cybersecurity course or a certification an opportunity to submit a grant application for reimbursement.
Eligible cybersecurity courses or certification costs will be reimbursed for the candidates upon completion of the grant application. We are currently accepting applications from City College of San Francisco community colleges to apply for our Grant program.
To start the application process, click on the Sign-Up button to apply. If you are already a registered candidate in other NextGen Programs like Training or Mentoring program, then click on the Login button.
NextGen Cyber Talent’s Mentoring program aims to foster mentoring relationships where members can empower each other to realize their full potential, create personal space for reflection and self-awareness, and gain a deeper understanding of the areas they need to develop and improve as an individual.
To sign up for the mentoring program as either mentor, mentee or both, click on the Sign-Up button to register in the program.
If you are already registered candidate in other NextGen Programs like Training or Grant program, then click on the Login button.
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