Consultant Development Program

Job LocationUS
Job TagInternship

Location: Fairfax, VA – DC (onsite) OR Irvine, CA (onsite)


The Developing Consultant (DC) is an up-and-coming part of the client-facing consulting team. DCs are responsible for helping in conducting project delivery activities based on their selected Tevora Information Security practice areas including: Enterprise Risk, Compliance, Solutions Implementation, and Threat Research. Interns are expected to continually develop their skills through personal development and Information Security industry participation.

We are entering the eighth year of our Consultant Development Program, a 10-week immersive paid-training program designed to help you strengthen the technical and professional skills you’ll need to enter the workforce as a full-time Information Security Associate. Our anticipated start date of this cohort will begin on June 3rd, 2024, to August 9th, 2024.


  • Aid in the development and maintenance of Enterprise Risk Management programs for organizations across all industries
  • Work with organizations connected to the Federal Government, such as defense contractors, financial institutions, and telecommunication systems, to develop and maintain information security programs that adhere to the standards of the Federal Government.
  • Work with hospitals, clinics, insurance companies, medical device manufacturers, and many other technologies service organizations in the Healthcare industry to ensure the protection of Protected Healthcare Information (PHI)
  • Support organizations across a multitude of industries in the protection of credit card data
  • Perform comprehensive System and Organization Controls (SOC) assessments to against service provider organizations across a multitude of industries, providing assurance of reliability and protection of all forms of sensitive data.
  • Assist client organizations in building, designing, and operating Third-Party Risk Management programs.
  • Participate in Internal and External network penetration tests


  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited 4-year university (or Military equivalent)
  • Currently enrolled at an accredited 4-year university (or Military equivalent)
  • IT, Cybersecurity, and Information Security certifications a plus
  • Networking concepts like firewalls, routers, switches, and DNS
  • Computer troubleshooting and server systems administration
  • Business planning and accounting
  • Any knowledge of compliance frameworks is a plus

Employer Insights:

  • You will be in a cohort of 6-8 interns with the opportunity for full-time offer after completion of the program.
  • Certificate awarded upon completion of the internship.
  • The company can offer a small relocation assistance for the summer if you are the right fit, but are mostly looking for candidates local to the DMV.
  • They also have a presence in Southern California and are fully remote.
  • View additional information about the internship structure here.

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