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Individual Contributors

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KP maintains a community of individual contributors committed to innovation, excellence and social impact. Project teams are often comprised of full time employees and talented individual contributors from communities throughout the United States.
•Sales and Marketing: Ambassadors / Designers
•Program Delivery: Event Planners / Business Analysts / Project Managers / Educators / Trainers / Mentors / Caregivers
•Program Operations: Technologists, Writers / Editors / Content Creators (digital media)



  • Project Brief

    KP’s Cybersecurity Apprentice program responds to the directive provided in Executive Orders (##, ##) placing astrategic focus on increasing the quantity and quality of America’s cybersecurity workforce.  This collaboration opportunity is designed to increase the supply of talent by providing occupational training and experiential learning opportunities to populations often underrepresented in technology. KP defines a collection of individuals that share common traits or characteristics as a “portfolio” withinour overall cybersecurity talent development fund.

    1. Veterans
    2. Women
    3. Minorities
    4. People with Disabilities

    To increase the quality, KP developsbranded career pathways that place a deliberate focus onthe knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) required for careers in cybersecurity as evidenced by industry recognized certifications and experiential learning opportunities.KP’sCybersecurity Career Pathway is aligned to the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Frameworkand Branded career paths are customizedwithKP Network Partnersallowing for maximum flexibility in the selection of content, program structure and target occupations. 

    The Kinetic Potential CybersecurityCareerPathway targets the role of Cybersecurity Analyst / Consultant, a generalist found in every category of the NICE Framework with an average salary of $95,000.

     


    Roles and Expectations
    Individuals collaborate as talent scouts and instructors—talent scouts, as the name suggests, help support the identification of candidates (increase supply) and instructors are responsible for ensuring participants develop the KSAs required for Cybersecurity Analyst / Consultant


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    Related Document: KP Collaboration Opportunity - Cybersecurity Talent Portfolios - Apprentice exported.pdf


  • Project Brief

    The SES program is a federally mandated sanction for Title I schools performing below Annual Yearly Performance (AYP) Targets under No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Legislation and requires school systems .  To provide low income students attending these schools to receive supplemental educational services from certified SES providers through the State Department of Education.  This program was sunset in 2016 with the enactment of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).


    Roles and Expectations
    Collegiate service organizations, fraternities and sororities that are committed to supporting youth often serve as mentors and tutors on KP's staff and are targeted for careers with our employer partners (i.e., school districts and government agencies)


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  • Project Brief

    The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) amends the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and now requires vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies to set aside at least 15% of their federal funds to provide "pre-employment transition services" to "Students with Disabilities who are eligible or potentially eligible for VR services .” Required pre-employment transition services include the following:
    •    Job exploration counseling
    •    Work-based learning experiences, which may include in-school or after school opportunities, experiences outside of the traditional school setting, and/or internships
    •    Counseling on opportunities for enrollment in comprehensive transition or postsecondary educational programs
    •    Workplace readiness training to develop social skills and independent living.
    •    Instruction in self-advocacy


    Roles and Expectations
    Participate as volunteers and staff to support program delivery. Also serve as program ambassadors to help market program and identify additional customers


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    Related Document: KP PRE MPLOYMENT TRANSITION SERVICES.pdf


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WIOA Deputy Account Managers Full Time Part Time

Location: DC, DE, MD, VA, NJ, NC, SC, FL, GA, Virtual

Intern Apprentice Professional

The WIOA Deputy Account Manager will serve as a liaison between KP and our partnerships with local Workforce Agencies supporting WIOA Training programs (including Adult, Dislocated Worker and Youth populations) with the goal of expanding enrollment for KP programming. This position is essential in promoting KP’s philosophy for training, development and career management to stimulate signups. Requires passionate individuals with a commitment and can-do attitude that leads to results.

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Medicaid / Medicare Personal Care Assistant Full Time Part Time

Location: MD, DC, VA, CT

Apprentice Professional

The Medicaid / Medicare Personal Care Assistant provides a variety of supports to individuals with developmental disabilities. A person centered and person directed approach is used to develop a unique support system for each client. Kinetic Potential provides a range of support services in order to support people to pursue and achieve their desired outcomes: Community Learning Services, Family and Personal Supports and Day Habilitation services.

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Instructors - Trainers - Tutors Full Time Part Time

Location: USA

Apprentice Professional Executive

KP Tutors facilitate distance learning courses to cohorts of 3-8 students (grades K-12) in math, reading, language arts and science. A typical course is 1-2 hours in duration, delivered 2-3 times / week and occurs between the hours of 2pm – 9pm. KP Tutors are academic mentors responsible for improving the academic performance of their assigned students in accordance to their individual learning plans. KP Tutors are expected to contribute to the ever-growing Kinetic Potential Learning Curriculum.

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Mentors - Coaches - Advisors Full Time Part Time

Location: USA

Intern Apprentice Professional Executive

The KP Apprentice –Lead Executive is a member of the KP Scholars management team responsible for the successful execution of a local KP Scholars project to 25 k-12 youth utilizing a team of 5 college students as KP Mentors.  The KP Apprentice –Lead Executive provides strategic direction and oversight across all activities associated with their assigned KP Scholars’ project.  The ultimate measure of success for the KP Apprentice –Lead Executive is expected project outcomes (i.e., increase in student academic performance, meeting financial targets, customer satisfaction, etc).   

KP Apprentice –Lead Executives receive ongoing professional development in the areas of Program/Project Management, Customer Service, Technology (i.e., CRM, CMS, KP Mentoring and Learning Technology), Marketing and Youth Services.