CyberHire is not currently accepting applications.

Why CyberHire? 

CyberHire provides those interested and passionate about information technology (IT) and cybersecurity an opportunity to enter the industriesWe work with employers and partner with the San Diego College of Continuing Education, MiraCosta College, the National Foundation for Autism Research, San Diego City College and National University to bring you accessible pathways to IT and cybersecurity.

What is CyberHire? 

CyberHire San Diego provides you with the skills and knowledge necessary to land a job in IT and cybersecurity. By earning an industry-recognized credential, you’ll gain experience to help you be successful in your career. Once you’ve completed your training, CyberHire will cover certification exam costs in A+ and Network+ for those looking to start a career in information technology (IT) and Security+ for people in the field looking to upskill into cybersecurity. CyberHire also provides exam preparation resources such as CompTIA CertMaster practice tests and other study guides. In addition, we’ll help you land an internship and/or long-term employment. Learn more about CyberHire.

Supporting your job search 

While the technical skills you’ll learn in the classroom prepare you to do the job, equipping you to land the job is just as important. We want to prepare you for long-term success so we’ve built a job readiness road map. This resource will help you obtain employment and thrive in your new job. Your dedicated program specialist will assist you in updating your resume and LinkedIn profile and conducting mock interviews.

By enrolling in CyberHire, you access our employer network, are referred to open roles with our partners and participate in hiring events. We also offer paid work experiences with local companies for participants looking to gain real-world industry-relevant experiences.

Together with your technical skills learned inside of the classroom, you’ll be prepared to do your job and thrive in your new employment by the time you complete the program. 

Who It's For

  • Receiving CalFresh benefits or low- to moderate-income
  • Ages 18+  
  • Live in San Diego County 
  • Authorized to work in the United States
  • Have a high school diploma or GED

Questions about CyberHire?

To learn more about CyberHire, contact or call (619) 319–WORK (9675), or watch our virtual information session to learn more about all Information Communication & Technologies programs offered by the San Diego Workforce Partnership. 


Individuals who are low- to moderate-income are encouraged to explore if they are eligible for CalFresh benefits. Learn more about CalFresh and apply.

This program offers help:

  • Deciding what career is right for me
  • With starting school or a certificate program
  • Finding a temporary job or internship
  • Finding a long-term job
  • Learning new job skills
  • Starting a career in IT or cybersecurity

How to Apply

CyberHire is not currently accepting applications at this time. To explore all your program options, use our Program Match Finder. After answering questions about your needs and interests, you’ll instantly see a list of programs likely to be a match for you. Choose up to two that interest you most and we will reach out to you within two business days about next steps.

Take Program Match Finder

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Read about Raven’s experience with CyberHire:

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This young professional was able to make a career change thanks to Cyberhire

Raven Antiquiera has always had a passion for technology but never considered turning his hobby into a career. When he learned about our CyberHire program, Raven made the decision, which he calls life-changing, to apply and obtain a desktop technician certificate.