The Top Secret Colonials (TSC) will be hosting a fundraiser on Tuesday, October 29th from 4:00 pm to close at the All-Star Sports Bar in Robinson located at 6302 Robinson Centre Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15205.
This fundraiser directly supports the club. We will have raffle items including gift baskets, gift cards, and more. We hope to see you there and please spread the word!
It’s not too late to register for the upcoming Hackathon event! The event will be held this Saturday, October, 19th.
masterthemainframe.com (for the contest registration)
ibm.biz/IBMZatRMU (for the lunch/Q&A session)
There will be 65 attending, along with unique clients/employers: Erie Insurance, Broadcom, M&T Bank, PNC Bank, BNY Mellon and IBM. Come hear about what employers are looking for when hiring mainframe talent. Each company will have a table set up that you can visit with during the lunch hour networking event.
Companies will be handing out free gifts, prizes, etc.
You can also get SET CREDIT.
Agenda is listed below along with an attachment for the Master the Mainframe contest!
2019 Master the Mainframe Registration
The Three Rivers Information Security Symposium (TRISS) will be held on Friday, October 11th at the Monroeville Convention Center. Students attending can earn professional development (SET) credit. For more information, see:
Representatives from PNC Bank‘s recruiting team will be on campus for a presentation on Tuesday, October 1st from 4:30 – 5:30 pm in the Wheatley Atrium. PNC will be presenting on their Summer Internship and Early Career Development Programs. They are ready to hire for summer.
This is a TSC sponsored event. You will receive 1 hour of SET credit for professional development. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
On Wednesday, September 25th, Austin Cusak, Senior Talent and Innovation Officer at the Cybersecurity Division (CSD) of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), will be coming to the Wheatley Atrium from 3:30 to 5:45 PM. He will be splitting up the event into two parts, first part will be his presentation Finding your Cultural Fit: Is a Federal Career Right for You? The second part will be a resume building workshop. It’s recommended that you look up any specific questions about federal resumes so that you have a start to the workshop.
Austin Cusak is a general security specialist with years of experience conducting intelligence operations, insider threat assessments, and cyber threat analysis. With a non-technical background in Public Diplomacy, Austin has specialized as a Certified Professional Coach and Talent Development expert focused on growing a cyber-centric workforce.
Austin’s unique approach to Talent Development in the federal space has been shaped through his diverse experiences in extreme work environments: helping to mature the United States Army’s first Cyber Warfare Battalion at the National Security Agency; living the “radical transparency” lifestyle of Ray Dalio’s hedge fund at Bridgewater Associates; performing Opera and Improv; instructing snowboarders at the top of Utah’s mountains; and managing underwater adventures as a Dive master.
Austin earned his BA in International Studies and Diplomacy from Brigham Young University, and dual Masters Degrees in International Relations/Public Relations from Syracuse University.
Students will receive SET credit for the attending the workshop.
Robert Morris University (RMU) has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) by the U.S. National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security (NSA/DHS). Dr. Ping Wang, Professor of Computer and Information Systems, is the official POC (Point of Contact) for RMU’s CAE-CDE designation.