Navigating a path to a successful career in the IT and Cybersecurity field can be quite overwhelming and intimidating for both young students and adults alike.
From selecting the best college or training program to landing a job after graduation, many individuals are challenged with understanding the tech landscape, complex hiring systems, and key skills crucial to thriving in the global workplace.
I specialize in working with corporations, government agencies, college/universities, and non-profits seeking to create industry and public sector partnerships, prepare youth and young adults for careers in tech, and grow internship and employment opportunities particularly for individuals who identify with populations significantly underrepresented in the technology industry (e.g. African American, Latino, LGBT, and women).
Key Consulting Areas
- Industry, Education, and Community Partnership Development
- Teacher Training & Curriculum Development in IT & Cybersecurity
- Internship Programs & Minority Talent Recruitment Strategies
- Summer Enrichment and Mentor Programs for Youth & College Students
Key Training Areas
- Resume Writing & Creating LinkedIn Profile
- Navigating Government Hiring and Security Clearance Process
- Understanding Soft Skills and Workplace Etiquette
- Developing a Winning Job Search Strategy
- Improving Interviewing and Salary Negotiation Skills
BISEC Launch Event (Washington, DC)
My workshops are ideal for groups that provide programming and services to teens and parents such as PTAs/PTOs, community centers, workforce training programs, churches, fraternities/sororities, and other organizations focused on college and career readiness.
Below is a sample list of topics for which I can develop custom workshops to match your programming schedule and audience:
Contact me at charles(at)charlesbritt.com to discuss availability and rates.
My sessions and presentations are always tailored to the background and specific needs of the student or group.
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