Cyber Private Public Partnership (Cyber P3)
Deadline: February 14, 2018
At Clark State we prepare our students for the cybersecurity workforce. The Cyber P3 provides a cybersecurity scholarship opportunity to Guard and Reserve members* who are interested in pursuing a degree in cybersecurity from Clark State. Scholarship recipients will receive a one-year scholarship that covers tuition, general fees, book allowance and laptop!
*Those who are currently enrolled or have previously earned a degree in another field are still eligible. General education requirements for degree completion qualify for Community College of the Air Force credit through General Education Mobile program.
Here’s What’s Next...
Detailed instructions and required documents are listed below. Scholars are required to submit a completed scholarship application in order to be considered for the Cybersecurity scholarship. Email the complete application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Signed Continued Service Agreement (SF-182 short form) (attached separately)
2. Signed Commander Letter (attached separately). Scholars will have the first Lieutenant Colonel (O5) in their chain-of-command endorse a memorandum from their first line leader indicating that the Scholar is in good standing (must be filled out by hand, not on computer). Good standing is defined as follows: (1) Has less than four (4) U’s; (2) is not flagged; and (3) is current on all Professional Military Education (PME). This memorandum must accompany the SF-182 and must be kept on file for the duration plus five (5) years in the event of an audit.
3. Provide a copy of the Soldier Record Brief or Officer Record Brief. Please black-out dates of birth and/or social security numbers. This information is not required for the scholarship.
If you receive the scholarship, you must maintain a 3.0 out of 4.0 grade point average or the equivalent to keep your scholarship. Scholars who fail to complete the degree or certificate program satisfactorily or to fulfill the service commitment upon graduation shall be required to reimburse the United States, in whole or in part, the cost of the financial (scholarship) assistance provided to them.
Scholars will receive a one-year scholarship, with an option to continue contingent upon receipt of additional program funds. The scholarship covers the following:
2. Mandatory or general fees as determined by the institution. Optional or miscellaneous fees will not be covered.
3. Book allowance
4. Travel funding for one security conference per academic year – continental US-held conferences only.
5. One-time cost of laptop or tablet for coursework and/or electronic books.
Questions? Please contact: Aimee Belanger-Haas, Dean of Business and Applied Technologies at 937.328.6038.