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Cyber Security Learning Community

There’s a good chance you’ve heard a few things about cybersecurity in recent
months. Maybe you’ve been reading about data breaches, which pose a constant threat to everyone’s data. There are nearly 3 million unfilled cybersecurity positions in organizations around the world. This shortage in workers has serious consequences for the safety and security of global data. No matter what you’ve heard, it shouldn’t be surprising if you find yourself considering a career in cybersecurity. That’s why Schreiner has started our Cyber Security Learning Community – get the benefits of a Liberal Arts education with the community of likeminded peers preparing for the expanding cyber security industry.

Students in the Cyber Security Learning Community (CSLC) will benefit from deep mentoring opportunities both peer-to-peer with senior level students and faculty. This community brings industry connections for students to network with cybersecurity experts and alumni in the field, and be guided to summer jobs and internships as soon as their freshman year.

Through application demonstrations from senior-level students, Google certifications projects, and assisting in team competition preparation, students will build their skill set and confidence for a career in cybersecurity, regardless of their major or specific area of study. This Learning Community benefits students going for a cybersecurity major or minor and unveils the benefits of cyber security to non-IT majors as well.

QUICK FACTS

$1,000
Learning Community scholarship

Open to all majors

Mentoring

Industry connections 

Job and internship Preparation

Google certification opportunities

Application Instructions:

Once you have been admitted to Schreiner University, you will have access to the Learning Communities online application through your Schreiner One account.  To login to Schreiner One use your student login credentials. Please visit the Learning Communities page in Schreiner One to apply.

Next Steps:

The Coordinator of the Cyber Security Learning Community and the Advisory Committee will review completed applications in the order they are received. Applicants, based on their completed application, who seem to be a good fit with the community will be invited to participate.

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Contact

Taiwo, Ayankunle

Kunle Taiwo, PhD
Assistant Professor of Computer Technology
Academic Affairs

Contact

Taiwo, Ayankunle

Kunle Taiwo, PhD
Assistant Professor of Computer Technology
Academic Affairs