New Grant Funding from the Maryland Department of Labor to Accelerate Cyber Security Talent Development in Region
Baltimore, Maryland, September 23, 2019 – Transmosis, a nationally recognized leader in cyber security workforce development, today announced they are seeking 40 applicants to offer full scholarships each worth $10,000 for cyber security training and industry certification. Funding is being provided through EARN Maryland (https://www.dllr.state.md.us/earn), a competitive workforce development grant program that helps businesses cultivate the skilled workforce needed to compete while preparing Marylanders for meaningful careers. Led by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA – https://www.comptia.org), and Transmosis, the Maryland Cyber Skills Alliance (“MCSA”) will provide essential training for both incumbent workers and hard-to-reach unemployed and underemployed populations in Maryland.
The MCSA will provide qualified Maryland residents with full scholarships that fast-track them into high paying cyber security careers. The intensive cyber security training and certification program will launch October 14, 2019. The MCSA is seeking to address Maryland’s shortage of skilled cyber security workers by providing training that leads to industry recognized certifications which map directly to IT job roles.
To apply visit: https://pr.mytransmosis.com/cyber-security-application-1.
Transmosis is a nationally recognized Cyber Security Workforce Intermediary focused on enabling companies to build a pipeline of skilled labor by helping individuals address skill gaps through state and federal training dollars. For more information visit www.transmosis.com.
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