Cyber-Technology Pathways Across Maryland (CPAM)

The Cyber-Technology Pathways Across Maryland (CPAM) Consortium of 14 colleges. The project will create linkages and develop a career pathways from basic education through college into the cybersecurity field. The focus population to be served includes TAA workers, Veterans, the unemployed and under-employed and other low-skilled adults. Participants will pursue credentials such as Cyber Technology Certificates, and Advanced Certificates in Cyber forensics, Information Assurance and Website Development. Participants may also seek a Cyber Security A.A.S and Networking/Network Security A.A.S. The cyber security pathway will lead to careers as Network Support Specialists, Web Developers, and Information Security Analysts.

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