C5 Faculty Development at 3CS
The Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) is offering faculty development through Catalyzing Computing and Cybersecurity in Community Colleges (C5). The C5 will have three-hour training workshops on each of its seven cybersecurity instructional modules that align to curricular standards from NSA CAE2Y Knowledge Units, ACM Computer Science Curricular Guidelines and AP Computer Science Principles.

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Coaches Calls Start SOON
Ready to enhance your classes and empower your students, but don’t know where to start? Courses that incorporate the National Cyber League (NCL) build student confidence, motivation, recognition, and provide the ultimate hands-on experiences. Above all, it’s affordable and FUN! Starting Jan. 24, NCL will offer Coaches Calls to answer any questions, 
help coaches find resources, and provide effective practices every coach should know.

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Webinars are Available
There is a plethora of useful videos 
on the National CyberWatch YouTube channel: segments from various conferences, cybersecurity competition HOW-TOs, and nationally recognized subject matter experts in the broader community of education and industry discussing cybersecurity education and workforce development-related topics,
to name a few of the notable videos. Viewers have hours of helpful topics to choose from.

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UMSL Earns Unique DHS Focus Area Specialization
The University of Missouri-St. Louis, and National CyberWatch member, now holds an honor that none of its eight neighboring states do--a designation by the National Security Agency and U.S. Department of Homeland Security with a focus area specialization in Security Policy Development and Compliance. It also is the only four-year school in Missouri named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education.

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Corporate Members Key in Cybersecurity Development
Corporate members now have leadership 
opportunities within the National CyberWatch Center. By becoming a supporter, corporations can directly engage with established and emerging leaders in 
Information Security, engage business leaders in webinars and conference 
presentations, as well as gain access to vetted resumes and competency profiles.
The level of participation varies, but invariably opens a number of doors.

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Higher Education Curriculum Solutions
Based on input from the National CyberWatch Curriculum Standards Panels, industry, labor market demand research, and over 10-plus years of content development experience, the National CyberWatch Curriculum Guide provides references for degrees and stackable certificate programs; technical courses; instructional content aligned with the latest in learning sciences; mappings to various frameworks and industry competency and capability maturity models; a complete cloud-based lab solution; and more.

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