Four Maryland HBCUs Participating in State’s Cyber Warrior Diversity Program

Bowie State University and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore will join two other historically Black colleges and universities — Morgan State University and Coppin State University — to become part an expanded Cyber Warrior Diversity program aimed at providing annual grants to Maryland’s HBCUs.

Baltimore City Community College, where African Americans make up 74 percent of the student body, will also be part of the program, in which students will receive training in computer networking and cybersecurity.

Source: Four Maryland HBCUs Participating in State’s Cyber Warrior Diversity Program | | The Washington Informer

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