The George S. Sturgeon Cybersecurity Scholarship Fund for Women

The George S. Sturgeon Cybersecurity Scholarship

Application for The George S. Sturgeon Cybersecurity Scholarship Fund for Women. Amount: Scholarship recipient(s) will receive $1,500-$3,000 that can be applied to tuition, books, and fees only.

Deadline: November 1, 2018.

Eligibility: Master of Science in Cybersecurity and MBA students with a cyber concentration in their second year (or students with a minimum 15 credits completed)

To be eligible for this scholarship you must:

  • be in good academic standing with an overall GPA of at least 3.5;
  • be a female domestic and/or international student;
  • be a full time or part-time student;
  • meet the application criteria below.

Finalists will be expected to present their essays in person or via a web video.

Only applicants who have submitted all required admission application documents and fees will be considered for this scholarship.

About George S. Sturgeon
George S. Sturgeon dedicated 30 years of his career as a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State in the field of Information Assurance. His work took him to American Embassies world-wide as he collaborated cohesively with his colleagues domestically and internationally to secure classified data. Being a predominately male industry, George Sturgeon would be honored to inspire and encourage women to take on such a gratifying career and shoot for the stars.

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