Our Apprenticeship Program

We are developing the next arsenal of cybersecurity professionals to defend the nation’s technology domain,
cyber readiness ecosystem, and critical infrastructure.
Program Description

Semais has partnered with the Department of Labor and Diversity Cyber Council, Inc to create a Cybersecurity Apprenticeship program. Diversity Cyber Council, Inc is a Non-Profit Corporation that serves disadvantaged communities by facilitating the education, training, and staffing of underrepresented groups in cyber security and establishes a talent pipeline to the workforce.  The program targets veterans, college students, and professionals seeking to advance their career. Apprenticeship training is similar to OJT, but includes theoretical instruction as well as practical training. While learning a trade as an “apprentice,” the veteran or student is taught by a skilled worker, a “journeyman.” The training aligns to industry approved certification training and supports employment goals.  

The program can remediate training development and skill set deficiencies through a structured and managed approach. We deliver the program through unique training methodologies and OJT so the apprentice can fulfill career goals and reduce recruitment challenges. Our methodology is a solution tailored approach that aligns learning and skill-sets. The solution also transitions into our College to Corporate Pipeline (CtoCP) initiative – which train and employ college professionals seeking employment. 

Program Highlights​

An individual employer, group of employers, labor organization, education institution or an industry association can sponsor an apprenticeship program.

Sponsors make significant investments to design and execute apprenticeship programs, provide jobs to apprentices, oversee training development, and provide hands-on learning and technical instruction for apprentices.

Support Veteran Recruitment; VA Employment Goals; and corporations ability to build an arsenal of talent.

The programs operate on a voluntary basis and they often receive support by collaborating with community-based organizations, educational institutions, the workforce system, and other stakeholders.

The training aligns to the CompTIA Security+ certification and apprentices earn the certification as well.

College to Corporate Pipeline (CtoCP) Phases

The CtoCP Methodology can remediate training development and skill set deficiencies through a structured and managed approach. Semais delivers the model through unique training methodologies, so the candidate can fulfill career goals and reduce recruitment challenges. The CtoCP methodology is a solution tailored approach that aligns learning and skill sets. The phases below is our methodology deploy for the CtoCP and a brief reference to the process required for the program. As stated before, the program remediates skill set defencies and allows a student to enter the employment industry a with an arsenal of skill sets.

Corporate to Pipeline Methodology

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Phase VI


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