FIND A #JOB: Cybersecurity talent gaps exist across the country.

Resources for High School Students Interested in Cyber Security

Summer Camps are a great introduction to cyber security.
Online Courses are the next step to growing knowledge and experience, while at the same time learn more about a potential career path.

Hackathons are the playground for testing how far you’ve come.

Many internship programs available to exact academic paths/interest. Generally speaking, cyber security degree seeking students may pursue positions at the CIA in STEM, Clandestine, Analysis, or Enterprise and Support Roles.

Must apply senior year in high school. Rigorous application process includes polygraph, mental health evaluation, financial need, background checks, high academic marks, abstinence from drugs, and more. Successful applicants will be provided a salary as well as have tuition covered up to a certain price. Successful applicants will work at the CIA in summers and continue to work for the CIA after graduation.

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TOP CYBERSECURITY JOB TITLES
  • Cyber Security Engineer
  • Cyber Security Analyst
  • Network Engineer / Architect
  • Cyber Security Manager / Administrator
  • Systems Engineer
  • Software Developer / Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Vulnerability Analyst / Penetration Tester
  • Cyber Security Consultant

11 federal agencies help start Cybersecurity Talent Initiative

11 federal agencies help start Cybersecurity Talent Initiative

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