Cybercorps qualities

Key offerings of the Federal Cyber Services program:

* Up to two years of paid tuition and fees, plus stipends.

* Juniors, seniors and graduate students eligible.

* Faculty development through summer institutes, curriculum development

and information assurance learning spaces.

* Outreach to historically black colleges and universities, Hispanic-serving

institutions and tribal colleges.

* Strong encouragement for the participation of underrepresented groups,

including women.

* Continuing education and professional development opportunities for

cybercorps scholars after graduation.

* Enriching and meaningful employment in the federal sector.

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