Supporting students studying and researching cybersecurity is at the foundation of CybHER. We have been working to empower, motivate, and educate girls in cybersecurity since 2013. An important part of this movement is financial support. As students work to complete their educational goals, CybHER works to provide financial support. CybHER at DSU partners with outside entities to fund scholarship programs for DSU students. This year, Peraton formed a partnership with CybHER and has donated scholarship money to our students to increase support of the CybHER mission to empower, motivate, and educate girls in cybersecurity with the goal to increase diversity and trained professionals.
CybHER is excited to announce that three students, Annabelle Klosterman, Kanthi Narukonda, and Mariel Klosterman, have been offered a $5,000 scholarship to be applied for the Fall 2022 semester (pictured Mariel and Kanthi (front center)).
To learn more about the scholarship winners, click here.