Florida International University launches cybersecurity apprenticeships
The new program will give students on-the-job cybersecurity training and aims to address the cybersecurity workforce shortage.
Ohio State researchers outline ‘smart’ job growth post-COVID
A new study from university researchers offers the central Ohio region six ideas to prepare for jobs of the future.
Penn State joins initiative to hire more diverse STEM faculty
Ultimately, the initiative will increase career opportunities in STEM fields for underrepresented groups, as well as improve student success.
U. Houston partnered with Microsoft to build STEM career pipeline
A new partnership is hoped to educate students and professionals in Texas to prepare them for new career opportunities in technology fields.
CSU San Bernardino named National Center for Cybersecurity Education
The university is to serve as a national model for cybersecurity education as it develops five regional cybersecurity hubs throughout the United States.
Texas A&M employs students as cybersecurity apprentices
A new training program allows students to protect real networks used by the university, state agencies, cities and counties throughout Texas.
Illinois launches STEM website to improve education access
A new website showcases STEM resources like career-development events, virtual summer camps and learning centers at local universities or community colleges.
Why Georgia State's new cybersecurity workforce program is different
Cybersecurity degree programs and workforce initiatives are sprouting up around academia, but organizers of a new Georgia State University mentorship program say its focus on evidence-based research sets it apart.
Rural community colleges get a shot at new learning programs
The nonprofit Education Design Lab will partner with five community colleges to implement new pathways to postsecondary education for students in rural communities.