Symantec | C3: Cyber Career Connection

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Symantec | C3: Cyber Career Connection

Launched in June by Secretary Hillary Clinton at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative America meeting, Symantec Cyber Career Connection (SC3) seeks to address the global workforce gap in cyber security and provide new career opportunities for young adults who may not be college-bound. In partnership with leading educational and workforce development non-profits YearUp and NPower, the program attracts, educates and trains underserved young adults (ages 18-29) to enter the exciting and in-demand field of cyber security. 

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CASE STUDY | Cyber Security is Tapping Into Non-Traditional Talent
CEB (that has now joined with Gartner) represents the world’s leading research and advisory company. Recognizing the importance that diversity and inclusion plays in business growth and success, CEB has launched the Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council that “equips those leading diversity and inclusion teams with actionable solutions to enable business performance.” ...
Jul 5, 2018 8:40 AM ET
Looking Outside the Box We Can Solve the Cyber Security Workforce Gap
This year, Symantec Cyber Career Connection (Symantec C3) partner NPower announced their campaign “The Future of Tech Has a Name” to launch 15,000 digital careers by 2022 and be on track to serve 50,000.  Today we are excited to feature the final part of our three-part series, “The...
Jun 26, 2018 12:10 PM ET
Expanding Symantec’s Cyber Career Connection (SC3) to India!
In June of last year, standing alongside Secretary Hillary Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative America meeting, ...
Jul 24, 2015 8:00 AM ET
Symantec and NPower Team Up to Train Young Adults for New Careers in Cybersecurity
Since Job One first launched at the 2014 CGI America meeting, we’ve witnessed the extraordinary power of business-led solutions for training, mentoring, and empowering our nation’s youth with the skills they need to enter and succeed in the 21st century global economy....
Apr 15, 2015 8:00 AM ET
Expanding Opportunities in Technology for Blacks, Hispanics, and Women
Last week, fourteen young adults in and around New York City had a lot to celebrate. After 26 rigorous weeks of training, including a 10-week internship with some of the world’s top companies, they became the first graduating class of Symantec’s signature corporate responsibility program – the ...
Apr 3, 2015 8:00 AM ET

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