Year Up Internship Program Recruits at Mountain View on December 4th!



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Mountain View students interested in a career in the computer technology have access to a great opportunity to pursue their dreams.   A recruiter from Year Up will come to Mountain View on Friday, December 4th during 2nd period to meet students and tell them about this prestigious program.  Year Up is a nation-wide internship program in Information Technology and Cyber Security that President Obama himself visited and highlighted as an innovative post-secondary opportunity.

While entrance to Year Up is competitive, three Mountain View alumni have already successfully completed the program.   Year Up is looking high school graduates, ages 18-24,  with the desire to work hard and develop the professional skills to succeed in the IT field.   The program has many benefits, including:

  • ›A monthly stipend of up to $600
  • ›The chance to earn up to 30 college credits in IT, cybersecurity, and other professional skills
  • ›A 6-month internship in IT to build your resume and network in your chosen field

›Do you want to learn more and meet the recruiter who may be evaluating your application?  Sign up to attend the Mountain View Information Session in the Career Center–Room 16–by Tuesday, December 1st.  Passes to attend will be distributed to eligible students on Thursday, December 3rd.  Don’t miss the opportunity to jumpstart your IT career!