CyberAcademy is more than just a learning solution used to train individuals. We take great interest in our graduates and the advancement of their careers and lives. Along with critical knowledge transfer, CyberAcademy works with the graduate and helps them gain the knowledge of various career choices, priorities, life style preferences, and development opportunities to plot a successful career path in cybersecurity.
CyberAcademy LifeServices provides career coaching, networking, resume assistance, interview skills and shaping of one’s online presence to help the graduates grow and enter the cybersecurity workforce.
Exploring a new career or navigating an existing one can be a daunting task. There are numerous options and paths one can take. That’s where CyberAcademy career coaching comes in. We understand the difficulties in making these decisions and create a supportive environment where graduates can inquire about benefits and challenges from experienced staff.
CyberAcademy provides individuals with feedback, insight, guidance and direction to unlock their potential and get the most out of their careers. We help the graduate identify opportunities to make clearer career decisions to maximize their development and engagement. Our career coaching services can also prepare graduates for career advancement and the understanding of additional job responsibilities.
Through career coaching, the CyberAcademy LifeServices assists our graduates with the necessary knowledge and understanding to obtain a fulfilling position in cybersecurity.
Networking and building relationships are one of the single greatest things one can do for their career on a regular basis. The vast majority of job openings are never advertised; they’re filled by word of mouth. That’s why networking and relationships are the best way to find a job.
Many hesitate to take advantage of networking because they are afraid of being seen as pushy, annoying, or self-serving. Fear not, networking isn’t about using other people or aggressively promoting yourself—it’s about building relationships. The CyberAcademy helps graduates understand the power of networking, how to establish their personal network, build relationships, and extend opportunities to participate in our network.
The CyberAcademy LifeServices assists in building the skills, experience and confidence to create and maximize the effectiveness of networking – equipping the graduate with the necessary knowledge and understanding to obtain a fulfilling position in cybersecurity.
First impressions are lasting ones! For resumes, this is especially true! Statistics show the average employer only spends a few seconds looking at a resume. It is vital that your resume makes an impression.
It all boils down to knowing the market, knowing what the reader wants to see or needs to see, and being able to create a resume strategy that meets those needs. In this increasingly competitive job market you need to have a professional resume that contains the right information, so that it will stand out amongst the countless other resumes that potential employers will be looking at, and give you the best possible chance of getting their attention.
CyberAcademy LifeServices supports graduates with the development and guidance of their resumes to ensure their first impressions are lasting one.
Interviewing is a learned skill, and there is always room for improvements. Even the smartest and most qualified job seekers need to prepare for job interviews. For example, many times first impressions set the mode and engagement of the interview. It may seem obvious, but being prepared, dressing appropriately, understanding the culture and pay attention to the interviewer are just some of the simple things many people forget in the interview process. Tailoring your communications, both verbally and non-verbally, are other areas job seekers should practice.
Job interviews can be a mystery, with CyberAcademy LifeServices it doesn’t have to be. LifeService helps graduates find the right job interview strategies to successfully enter the cybersecurity workforce.
A strong online presence is important in a job search! It's very likely in today's job market an employer will look you up on LinkedIn or "Google" your name to see what they find. Your “online presence” or digital footprint has the ability to help or hinder your ability to get the job.
Like your resume and interviewing skills, your online persona should be thought about as much like your interview attire. Your digital footprint projects an image of you and 93% of recruiters use this information to qualify a potential candidate.
With CyberAcademy LifeServices, graduates receive help with their online presence to ensure they can put their best digital footprint forward.