Cyber Job Fair | Colorado Springs | August 19 Retransmitted for Sara & Bill Branstetter and Military Network is behind this 100%

Cybersecurity professionals and students with cybersecurity experience please join us to meet face-to-face with leading cyber employers:

August 19, 11am – 3pm
DoubleTree Colorado Springs
1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO

Opportunities for all aspects of cybersecurity / information security including Analysts, Engineers, Architects, Administrators, Software Developers, Cryptographers and more.

Free professional Resume Reviews with recruiter and career coach Jeff Snyder from 11am-3pm. The Cyber Job Fair is held in conjunction with the Cybersecurity Training & Technology Forum. Cyber Job Fair attendance is free and separate from conference attendance.

The Cyber Job Fair is for professionals with cybersecurity experience or education, or college-level students in a cybersecurity program, and a security clearance is not required. Please share this invitation with your qualified friends and colleagues. 98% of our job fair attendees recommend their colleagues attend a future event with us.

Unable to attend? You can always search and apply for thousands of cleared CONUS and OCONUS positions online at Or check out these upcoming job fairs:

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October 28 Cyber Job Fair, Baltimore, Md --
November 18 Cleared Job Fair (poly only), Dulles, Va --

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