Universities

Are You Ready To Partner With Us?

With SCIPP, there are two different ways you can partner with us. You can either become a Delivery Partner or a Talent Partner.

Delivery Partner

This is for select universities that will deliver SCIPP proven hands-on curriculum for candidates that need to gain cyber practical experience.

In this partnership, SCIPP will invest to market and enroll students, deliver SCIPP training, engage in cybersecurity internships, and provide enhanced career coaching to give those students a concierge-level experience focused on personalized placement with cybersecurity employers.

Candidates can rapidly acquire cyber skills that employers need and have confidence as candidates that utilize the university delivery pathway have hands-on experience and increased CyberEQ scores.

Talent Partner

These partners will be vetted by SCIPP as delivering effective cyber training resulting in job-ready cyber candidates.

With this option, you can validate, verify, and place graduates with employers that participate in the CSTPP.

Employers will have a”one-stop shop” for cyber candidates because SCIPP will have fully vetted all university programs and candidates and archived their CyberEQ scores, reducing time and increasing the success rate of cyber hires.

Join The Cyber Talent Pipeline

Learn if you are ready to join the National Cyber Talent Pipeline to help fight cybercrime by graduating job-ready cyber pros so you can:

  • Fill top cyber jobs with your grads!
  • Achieve a 90% cyber placement
  • Grow cyber enrollments
  • Help your grads fill $100K+ cyber positions
  • Target women, military veterans, and active-duty military

Learn more about becoming a partner today!

Let your students become

  • Certified Cloud Risk Management Professionals (CCRMP) and qualify for these cyber positions:
  • Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM)
  • IT Program Auditor
  • Security Architect
  • Security Controls Assessor

Earn Certifications to qualify for these high-demand cyber job roles:

  • Incident Responder
  • Vulnerability Assessment & Management Analyst
  • Cyber Defense Analyst
  • Defense Forensics Analyst

Learn More Today!

CCRMPs have achieved a 92% employment rate with an average compensation of $105K.

Booz AllenGDIT
SAICSunGard
Harris CorpU.S Department of Veterans Affairs
Wells FargoVanguard
Lockheed MartinHP
IBMToyota N.A.
U.S. Department of Defense

Additional Employers of CCRMPs

AT&T, Allina Health, Radiology Associates of North Texas, P.A., Anglicotech, LLC, Bed Bath & Beyond, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, CenterGrid, OneNeck IT Solutions GGP, Deloitte, U.S. Bank, U.S. Army, Act Now Management Group, LLC, Combat Directions Systems Activity (CDSA), Apex Systems, Inc., Arbor Networks, Hewlett Packard, U.S. Postal Inspectors Service, Frontier Communications, 3M, Kingdom Rhema, International Ministries, Missouri Sugars, CSRA Inc., Check Point Software Technologies, LTD., ICF International, NES Associates, LLC, AM General, Eagle Ray Inc., General Motors, Cheek Law Offices, LLC, CSC, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Workgroup Technology Partners, GE Power & Water, CenturyLink, 1AD, CAB, Design HealthCare Synergy, Inc., Cray Inc., TASC, Inc., TCF Bank, Tribune Company, Randstad, Secure Mission Solutions, SAIC, Citi, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, Shelby County Government, Travelers, PeakUpTime, Office of Military Cooperation, U.S. Embassy, Kuwait Lastline, Inc., U.S. Air Force, Verizon, WEBIT Services, MDC Holdings, Inc., U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Open Systems Technologies, Inc., Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Texas, Medtronic, SolutionZ, State Street Corporation

Key Cyber Positions Filled by CCRMPs:

Senior Security AnalystCybersecurity Risk Management Project
Security Controls AssessorSenior Cybersecurity Specialist
Governance Risk and Compliance ConsultantSystems Analyst
Information System Security EngineerInformation Assurance Analyst

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