Interested in becoming a network engineer? Looking to gain practical, hands-on experience to build up your resume and kickstart your career? Want to be able to do all this from home, on your own schedule, without quitting your existing job?
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If that's you, then we've got just the opportunity you're looking for. You'll get to work on a large enterprise environment with Cisco routers, Cisco switches, and Cisco ASA firewalls. You'll get to learn and practice skills like: deploying EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, and MPLS, configuring routers and switches right out of the box, setting up layer 3 switches, configuring NATs, ACLs, and security policies, and much more. Work is project-based, meaning that you'll see through an entire implementation from project requirements and Visios, to writing a change plan, getting it peer reviewed, and then finally configuring it out and verifying your implementation.
You'll get to work from home, at your own pace, and at any time of day and on whatever schedule works for you. Guidance and mentorship will be provided, but this opportunity is mainly for motivated self-starters who already have at least a basic foundation in networking. By the end of this 6-week internship you will have a fantastic resume and be on solid footing to land that networking job you really want.
Prior professional experience is not necessary. We welcome anyone who is interested in becoming a network engineer. However, you must have at least some foundation in networking and have the motivation to learn more. You should know what a CLI is and be able to perform basic tasks or know how to use Google to figure it out. Guidance and mentorship will be provided along the way, but self-learners will get the most out of this program. We will give you tasks to work on and if you don't know how to do it, you're expected to try to figure it out on your own before you start asking for help.
*This is an unpaid internship*
If you're interested then please drop us an email and we will be glad to provide more information. A resume is NOT necessary. Simply write a paragraph or two giving your background, your networking or IT experience, why you want to be a network engineer, and what your professional goals are. We have room for several engineers, so if you are serious and sincere, then you'll be hearing back from us. Hope to hear from you soon!