U. West Florida opens cybersecurity training program for veterans
CyberSuccess' first cohort seeks eight veterans who will receive five months of online cybersecurity training and access to the Florida Cyber Range.
U. Central Florida announces $3M cybersecurity scholarship program
Funding from the National Science Foundation will provide students at the University of Central Florida scholarships for cybersecurity studies.
Coursera partners with Howard U., expands diversity catalog
Coursera announced a new partnership with the historically Black university, along with workforce initiatives and more than 40 courses centered on diversity, equity and inclusion.
U. South Carolina to play key role in 'statewide cyber ecosystem'
A new research and workforce development project between the university, military, private industry and the state government is poised to make South Carolina "one of the nation’s premier cyber hubs," Gov. Henry McMaster said.
New Mexico libraries offers adult learners second chance at HS diploma
A new partnership with the edtech company Gale allows New Mexico students 19 years and older to earn their high school diplomas through their local library.
Career-readiness platform Upkey announces $2.6 million seed round
The Chicago-based company, which bills itself as a career-readiness platform for minority and first-generation students, plans to open a second office in Austin, Texas.
IBM invests $2M in tech training at Harris-Stowe State
A new donation of technical skills and resources is part of a $100 million commitment to HBCUs from the tech giant.
Arizona State shifts cybersecurity workforce initiative online
In recognition of the growth of hybrid-learning environments, the university's Cybersecurity Education Consortium has announced plans to publish digital cirriculums.
Demand for cybersecurity training grew during pandemic, says National Cybersecurity Center
The National Cybersecurity Center is training adult learners interested in changing careers and filling a gaping workforce gap.