How Government Agencies Are Leveraging Homeland Security’s Cyberskills Management Support Initiative

Posted November 11, 2014 by
Renee Forney

Renee Forney

One of the most difficult recruiting challenges facing any organization – corporate or government – is hiring and retaining cyber security experts. They’re hard to find, harder to hire, and even harder to retain.

Fortunately, the Department of Homeland Security is building a pipeline for cyber talent and on Monday, December 8th you can learn more about your agency can benefit from the efforts of DHS.

Renee Forney, executive director for the Cyberskills Management Support Initiative (CMSI) will deliver a presentation at our eighth College Recruiting Bootcamp that will be sure to give your agency the edge that it needs to recruit and retain these mission critical candidates. Ms. Forney’s presentation will be one of eight presentations. All are directly related to the recruitment and retention of today’s college grads and students so if your agency is struggling to hire and keep Millennials then this is an event that you can’t miss.

Who should attend? Hiring managers, human resource specialists, and other government employees who want to learn how to more efficiently and effectively hire college and university recent graduates and students. No vendors. No career services. No third party recruiters. No job seekers. No selling from the podium. All presenters and attendees will be government employees.

Cost? Way, way less than that three day conference halfway across the country that won’t fit into your budget and, even if it could, is better designed for career services and corporate recruiters than government human resource leaders. Ticket prices were $250 per person but, due to the generous support of TMP Government, we were able to reduce the price to only $50!

Will I see you there?

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