Empowering Educators to Teach Cyber

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Empowering Educators to Teach Cyber

CYBER.ORG believes K-12 cyber education is the key to solving the cyber workforce shortage.

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Why We Exist
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CYBER.ORG empowers educators to teach cyber confidently, resulting in students with the skills and passion needed to succeed in the cyber workforce.

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Provide Cyber Education Resources 

The most effective way to support teachers is through curricula, training, and resources. 

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Build Education Pipeline 

By supporting K-12, we can build a steady stream of students prepared to enter cybersecurity programs and jobs. 

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Solve Cyber Workforce Shortage 

Currently, the demand for cybersecurity talent is outpacing the supply. By 2022, 1.8 million cyber jobs are projected to be unfilled.* 

K-12 Cybersecurity Learning Standards Initiative
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New initiative aimed at bolstering foundational cybersecurity education and increasing the pipeline of cybersecurity talent in all communities across the nation

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Keep up-to-date on the progress and latest developments of the initiative.

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Career Exploration
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Cybersecurity employers need talent from many different disciplines.   

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Camps and Competitions

Clubs and camps build soft skills like teamwork and communication alongside hands-on experiences. 

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Cyber Career Profiles 

Learn about required degrees, salary, and the daily tasks of cyber employees.

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Degrees and Certifications 

Earning accreditations for your future cyber career can begin as early as middle or high school.