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Presidential Cybersecurity Educator Award Winners Announced


Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week

Exploring Cybersecurity Career Pathways
October 17-22, 2022


On Monday at the Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week Kick-Off event, the US Department of Education announced this year's Presidential Cybersecurity Education Award Winners: Benjamin Dougherty, of Lakota West High School in West Chester, Ohio, and Robert “Allen” Stubblefield, Jr., of Troy High School in Fullerton, California. 

The Presidential Cybersecurity Education Award is presented annually to two educators who demonstrate superior achievement in instilling skills, knowledge, and passion with respect to cybersecurity and cybersecurity-related subjects. The award recognizes demonstrated superior educator accomplishment as well as academic achievement by the educator’s students.

Congratulations to this year's winners!

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Tune in for these key activities happening on Thursday, October 20:

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Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week is coordinated by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity (NICE) and supported by a community of government, academic, non-profit, and private industry stakeholders. Commercial entities, materials, and resources provided in support of Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week may be identified in this email or on the web site or linked web sites. Such identification is not intended to imply recommendation or endorsement by NIST. 

    Released October 19, 2022