Richmond, VA, January 15, 2024 – CivilianCyber, a leader in workforce technology solutions, is pleased to announce that Fortune 50 HR executive Mylene Barizo will be joining the Corporate Advisory Board, in the role of Chairperson. Ms. Barizo will lead the efforts of the board, as well as provide strategic guidance and assist the leadership […]
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CivilianCyber recently participated in a second round of a R&D focused micro-internship project focused on bringing students together to learn about and provide solutions to identifying and mitigating sources of mis- and disinformation in the Indo-Pacific region. The project was sponsored through Chaminade University’s National Science Foundation and Air Force programs for Data Science workforce
CivilianCyber announces the successful completion of the Maryland Center for Construction Education and Innovation, Inc.’s (MCCEI) second annual summer internship program. This marks the second year that MCCEI has partnered with CivilianCyber to expose high school students to the many opportunities available within the construction industry including the wide range of jobs that exist within
CivilianCyber is proud to announce the winners of the Spring Student Cyber Challenge. The winners are: · First place ($1,250 prize): Radford University – Zach Bell, Brennan Cox and James Ririe · Second place ($750 prize): Laurel Ridge Community College – Cooper Varela, Eric Breeden and Carmen Thayer · Third place ($250 prize): Virginia Tech
Forty-three students representing thirteen universities throughout Virginia recently completed CivilianCyber’s spring cohort of its Technology Engagement with Mentoring, or TEEM, program. TEEM is an eight-week program developed in partnership with the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) to provide students with real-world experience along with developing critical thinking and soft skills that aren’t always attained in a
CivilianCyber CEO Bobby Keener and research partner Jeff Pittges of Radford University recently received funding from the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative of Southwest Virginia to utilize social networking platforms to improve notifications of potential cyber threats. Read the story here: https://vtx.vt.edu/articles/2023/03/high-impact-cybersecurity-projects-selected-for-commercializatio.html
CivilianCyber is currently seeking six teams of college/university students to compete against each other in our upcoming Student Cyber Challenge. Teams of 2-3 students each will be challenged to develop a solution to a real-world cybersecurity challenge posed to them. The challenge is two weeks in duration and is being offered in partnership with the
We are currently accepting applications for our spring session of our TEEM -Technology Enabled Engagement with Mentoring – program offered in partnership with Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI). New session begins March 20th! Virginia college students interested in a cyber career are encouraged to apply: https://civiliancyber.com/teem-studentProfessionals interested in mentoring should visit https://civiliancyber.com/teem-mentor to learn more.