Infosec Institute Partners With VetJobs To Provide Cybersecurity Scholarships To Veterans And Military Spouses

Infosec Institute, the leading cybersecurity education company, today announced a new Infosec Gives Partner, VetJobs.  VetJobs is a leading veteran charity organization providing job placement and ongoing career progression to veterans, transitioning military and military spouses.

The Infosec Gives Partner Program enables partners to award three annual Infosec Accelerate Scholarships — fully funded by Infosec — through their organization. Each Infosec Accelerate Scholarship provides qualified recipients lifetime access to Infosec Skills, the leading security and IT skill development platform with over 1,000 hours of hands-on cybersecurity training. Each lifetime Infosec Accelerate Scholarship is valued at $15,000. 

As the second official Infosec Gives partner, VetJobs will award three scholarships to a  transitioning service member, veteran, national guardsman, reservist, or military spouse, enabling  them to build and enhance their cybersecurity skills. Beyond the annual scholarships, the Infosec and VetJobs partnership provides discounted online technical training opportunities to VetJobs technology program participants through the Infosec Skills platform.

Infosec’s technical skill development platform, Infosec Skills, includes over 1,200 learning resources to assess teams and close skills gaps with hands-on cyber ranges, labs, projects and courses mapped to the NICE Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity and the MITRE ATT&CK® Matrix for Enterprise.

To learn more about the scholarships and to apply via VetJobs, click to apply.

Scholarship applications will open on April 18, 2022 and will close May, 13 2022. 

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