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Eleven Students from Morris County Won the 2024 National Cyber Scholarship Awards

Congratulations to students in the Cybersecurity & Information Protection (CSIP)Share Time Program!

The Cybersecurity & Information Protection Share Time Program (CSIP) of the Morris County Vocational School District proudly announced that 11 of its students have earned Scholar status from the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation.

The CSIP students competed for a top score against thousands of high school students nationwide by solving real-world cybersecurity problems. Over 35,000 students nationwide sought to qualify for a National Cyber Scholarship.

In recognition of their achievement, the 11 scholars were invited to participate in the Cyber Foundations Academy – a multi-week online program based on the nationally recognized SANS Foundations training course and certification – valued at more than $3,000.

The National Cyber Scholarship Team expressed admiration for Morris County’s CSIP students, stating that they had shown “an impressive level of determination and ambition” while training at CyberStart America (CSA). CSA is a free national program for high school students, aiming to uncover hidden cyber talents and identify and develop the next generation of cyber superstars.

With this being the final year of the Nation Cyber Scholarship Foundation's scholarship program, CSIP is honored to have finished on a high note, with multiple students achieving Scholar status.

CSIP is a half-day program in partnership and located on the County College of Morris campus in Randolph. The program focuses on developing a skilled cybersecurity and information protection workforce. Students take IT and Cybersecurity courses at CCM’s award-winning Cybersecurity Center and earn college credit while acquiring skills and certifications in a high demand career area.

Current 10th grade students with an interest in Cybersecurity may apply to this program for their junior and senior year. APPLY NOW -Application deadline is April 1st.