Robert Dixon Jr. – Cyber Security

Robert Dixon

“What I love best is mentoring and coaching upcoming leaders and nourishing their overall professional and personal development. We have a broad area that we are recruiting for in terms of students to come and now as we are focus on students in middle and high school, we now have the opportunity in some agencies to bring in high school …

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John T. Riley – Cyber Security

John T. Riley

“Sharpen your ability to read. Strive to learn how and why things work. Learn to listen and ask a lot of questions. Overall, learn how to communicate with those you work with; working as a team is a big part of Cyber Security.” John T. Riley is a Cybersecurity Architect/Engineer with over twenty years of experience working in the Department …

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Dwindle Patrick – Cyber Security

Dwindle Patrick

“If you have a curious mind, if you like solving problems, and if you look at the long game and try to develop an understanding of how things work, then cybersecurity allows you to do all those things.” Dwindle Patrick is currently a Foreign Service Security Engineering Officer (SEO) in the Emerging Technology division. He is the Chief of the …

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Cyber Security

With Cybersecurity jobs in such high demand and skilled professionals in low supply, many companies have whittled their cyber talent wishlist down to a few key positions. Cyber Security Engineer Cyber Security Analyst Network Engineer / Architect Cyber Security Consultant Cyber  Security Manager/Administrator Do you have questions about Cyber Security STEM Careers?


Mentor Expectations (Adult)

  • Complete online registration form. Click here.
  • Attend the Patriots Back to School Summit (or have a corporate representative).
  • Commit to serving as an E-Mentor for at least 1 year.
  • Respond to online submitted questions within 48 hours.
  • If unable to answer an online question, please notify the E-Mentoring website administrator with 24 hours.
  • Consider hosting a virtual online workshop.
  • Please inform Patriots if you would like to include other company representatives.
  • Complete an end-of-the-year E-Mentoring program evaluation.

Mentee Expectations (Student)

  • Attend the Patriots Back to School Summit.
  • Commit to participation in the E-Mentoring program for at least 1 year.
  • Attend at least 8 webinars.
  • Ask respectful and inquisitive questions.
  • Respect the response from the E-Mentor.
  • Participate in the Patriots’ monthly virtual workshops/competitions.
  • Complete an end-of-the-year E-Mentoring program evaluation.
  • Become a member of the Patriots/NSBE Jr Chapter (complete the registration form so that we will have an idea of your career goal).

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