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Microsoft: Microsoft Learn for Educators

Microsoft Learn for Educators takes the best of Microsoft Learn learning paths and enables you to bring this Microsoft Official Curriculum and the instructor-led training materials into your classroom. Eligible educators and faculty members at colleges, universities, community colleges, polytechnics, and secondary schools can access Microsoft ready-to-teach curriculum and teaching materials aligned to industry-recognized Microsoft Certifications. These certifications augment a student’s existing degree path and validate the skills needed to be successful across a variety of technical careers.

ApprenticePath: Discover Your Career Path

ApprenticePath enables easy, seamless access to 21st century apprenticeships. Their AI/ML data- driven platform facilitates apprenticeship seekers to acquire critical industry skills by connecting them to industry programs.

TryHackMe: Cyber security Training

Hands on cyber security training through real world scenarios, gamified lessons and challenges.


Enhance your skills with thousands of free tools, cutting-edge resources, and the latest cybersecurity news that can't be found elsewhere.

CompTIA: Cyberstates

CompTIA presents Cyberstates™, the definitive guide to national, state, and metropolitan area tech sector and tech workforce analytics. Cyberstates aggregates mountains of data and transforms it into easy to understand visuals and actionable insights.

Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE): Free Training

The Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE) provides free online cybersecurity training to federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government employees, federal contractors, and US military veterans.

CompTIA: Cyber Seek

To help close the cybersecurity skills gap, CyberSeek provides detailed, actionable data about supply and demand in the cybersecurity job market.

IBM: Securing the Internet of Things Activity

From mobile phones to smart thermostats, internet connected devices and apps are a part of our children’s everyday lives. In this Activity Kit, students will learn about the Internet of Things (IoT) and the importance of following cybersecurity best practices when connecting to their devices. IBM designed this workshop particularly for girls in response to the significant gender gap in the cybersecurity profession. Though this CyberDay4Girls Activity Kit was designed to be used in a classroom, it can also be adapted to be used with your children at home.

UCCS: Colorado Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Program (C-CAP)

C-CAP is designed to prepare individuals for mid-level and advanced-level cybersecurity roles across five different occupations: (1). Cybersecurity Analyst, (2). Cybersecurity Consultant, (3). Penetration & Vulnerability Tester, (4). IT Auditor, and (5). Cybersecurity Manager/Administrator. To align with industry needs, all five cybersecurity apprenticeship programs include relevant cybersecurity certifications. Upon completion of three courses and the associated bootcamps, apprentices will be equipped with the skills, education, and experience to work in the exciting and ever-evolving world of cybersecurity management.

National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies: Veterans User Guide

Access the complete guide to DHS cybersecurity education and training opportunities for Veterans.

University of Washington: Access Computing Team

The Alliance for Access to Computing Careers (AccessComputing) helps students with disabilities successfully pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in computing fields, and works to increase the capacity of postsecondary institutions and other organizations to fully include students with disabilities in computing courses and programs.

RangeForce: Cybersecurity Training

Take your career to the next level. Access hands-on, interactive cybersecurity training for free when you join the RangeForce Community Edition.