Cybersecurity impacts us all

Everyday headlines highlight another cyber security attack on our hospitals, oil companies, and food processing plants.  

What does this have to do with you, as a teacher, administrator, and     K-12 professional?  


Our nation faces a critical shortage of cybersecurity professionals. One third of the 1.4 million cybersecurity jobs go unfilled because there are not enough qualified candidates. Every year, our society becomes more dependent upon technology and the number of cybersecurity jobs increases.  But our schools, colleges, and universities are not producing enough students to meet our nation’s needs. 

High school teachers are critical to raise awareness, interest, and prepare our students for cybersecurity careers. The number of high paying jobs is outpacing the demand.  

The next generation must understand the importance of cyber to our critical infrastructures, our economy and democratic society. 

Educators, you are important.

Educators make the difference. 

Become a high school cybersecurity teacher. Preparing your students for a career in cybersecurity will allow your students to make a difference. The internet touches all aspects of  our society, locally, regionally, nationally and globally. Start your students on the path for an in-demand lucrative career in cybersecurity.  

Apply to become a High School Cybersecurity Educator.