22 Jan UWF CyberSkills2Work Program provides FREE cybersecurity training for transitioning military, first responders & veterans
Deadline extended to March 5!
The UWF Center for Cybersecurity’s UWF CyberSkills2Work Program is an intensive cybersecurity training program designed to grow and diversify the cybersecurity workforce.
The program provides FREE cybersecurity training and career development for eligible transitioning military, first responders, and veterans to prepare and transition them into rewarding cybersecurity jobs in our nation’s Critical Infrastructure Sectors, including financial services, defense industrial base, and energy sectors.
The program will be offered completely online to prepare participants for entry-level cybersecurity positions. In 2022, another entry-level program will be offered in addition to an advanced program to prepare participants for more advanced cybersecurity roles.
Each program will be offered for a cohort of 30 participants. All costs for accepted participants will be covered by the NSA grant.
Visit the UWF CyberSkills2Work Program page to learn more and to apply before March 5, 2021. The program is part of the National CAE Cybersecurity Workforce Development Program led by UWFand funded by a two-year, $6 million grant from the National Security Agency.
Program Web Page: uwf.edu/cyberskills2work
For additional information or questions, please contact Mónica Respondek. Program Coordinator, Center for Cybersecurity at email@example.com or (850) 857-6077.
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