Year Up Baltimore seeks businesses to hire interns

Are you an IT or cybersecurity company in search of talent? Look no further than Year Up Baltimore.

Year Up Baltimore wants to connect businesses in the Greater Baltimore and National Capital regions with diverse young professionals, ages 18-24, from local low-income communities who are completing a rigorous training program to prepare them for full-time career opportunities in the IT or cybersecurity fields. These young professions have a GED or high school diploma.

Year Up Baltimore seeks businesses with internship opportunities available to these young adults, beginning in January 2015, in cybersecurity and traditional IT tracks.

Eighty-five percent of program graduates go on to secure full-time jobs that pay an average $15 per hour, said Scott Robertson, director of corporate partnerships for Year Up.

For additional information, contact Scott Robertson or visit

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