Every year, Trusted CI organizes and hosts the NSF Cybersecurity Summit to bring together leaders in NSF cybersecurity and cyberinfrastructure. To support workforce development, the Summit organizers invite several students to attend the Summit at no cost every year
Up to fifteen successful student applicants will receive invitations to attend the Summit at no cost.
Both undergraduate and graduate students may apply, no specific major or course of study is required, as long as the student is interested in learning and applying cybersecurity innovations to scientific endeavors.
Students may either self-nominate or be nominated by a mentor or teacher.
To be considered, students must submit a one-page letter (800-word maximum) describing their interest in and any relevant experience with cybersecurity, emphasizing the benefit to the student and/or community of their attendance at the Summit.
This letter must include the student's name, contact information, the institution of higher education of attendance, and their current expected year of graduation. A resume may be submitted in substitution for the requested information.
For more details, visit Trusted CI website.