Guam Community College is organizing an information technology start-up camp from June 7 to 25, according to a press release.
Participation will be limited to 12 applicants who will complete instructions on:
- practical Cisco ASA firewall, router, and switch;
- create multiple ACLs with use cases;
- create multiple firewall rules with use cases;
- creation of multiple VPNs from place to place;
- create remote access VPN;
- understand the difference between routed and transparent firewalls;
- IPS implementation; i
- understand the requirements for protecting security perimeters, the difference between using ACL versus state firewall, the advantages of using IPS, and the importance of using encryption when transmitting important data. Participants who complete the 15-day program can apply for IT positions at Guam companies and will earn five college credits and certificates of completion. They can also obtain national certificates in Work Ethic and WorkKeys.
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Upon successful completion of the course, participants will obtain five university credits, completion certificates and have opportunities to apply for information technology positions with local telecommunications companies, according to the statement.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, unemployed or underemployed, provide a high school diploma or equivalent, and complete a health authorization.
To request it, call the university’s continuing education and workforce development office at 735-5627 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.