George Washington University CyberCorps: Scholarships For Service
(The George Washington University). Each fall, approximately a dozen students pursue their bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees with federal funding from the National Science Foundation and the Department of Homeland Security. These grants are part of GW’s Partnership in Securing Cyberspace through Education and Service (PISCES) program. Government funding provides full scholarships (tuition, books, stipend, and professional development allowance) for students to study cybersecurity at GW for up to three years. After completing their coursework, students will help protect the nation’s information infrastructure by working as security experts in a government agency for at least the amount of time they have been supported by this program. Since 2002, 88 students have graduated with help from this program, earning degrees in computer science, electrical engineering, engineering management, forensic sciences, business administration, information systems technology management, national security studies, and public policy. They have gone on to work at numerous government agencies, national laboratories, and federally funded research and development corporations. A full list of agencies who have hired our CyberCorps graduates is available for viewing.
The scholarship covers 100% of GW tuition and fees. The scholarship also includes a stipend of between $25,000 and $34,000 per year for living expenses and a $4,000 annual allowance for professional development and a $2,000 allowance for textbooks. Scholarship application deadline is January 31, 2019. More information.