U.S. Army Cyber Command integrates and conducts full-spectrum cyberspace operations, electronic warfare, and information operations, ensuring freedom of action for friendly forces in and through the cyber domain and the information environment, while denying the same to our adversaries.
ARCYBER Academic Engagement
The Army is one of the few places where talented technical experts can put their skills to the test against global adversaries, going toe-to-toe with malicious actors every day in cyberspace.
Cyber is a multi-disciplinary career field, combining the skills of highly trained specialists, technicians, support personnel and operational experts – all with an aggressive focus and drive to combat cyber adversaries.
ARCYBER seeks academic engagement to:
· Grow and diversify our talent
· Identify solutions for operational needs today
· Develop research partnerships for future challenges
· Improve employment pathways between Academia and the U.S. Army
If you would like to collaborate: to help your students get real-world operational inputs, share new approaches to some of the toughest problems that we mutually encounter, help us identify exceptional talent for internships and fellowships, please complete and submit the Academic Engagement Request Form.
Please submit completed Academic Engagement Request Forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Army Cyber Command offers exceptional career opportunities for active duty and civilian service through direct commissioning programs, civilian career paths, as well as Internships and Fellowships.
To serve in uniform
Qualified civilians can apply through the Cyber Direct Commission Program to be commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army at the rank of First Lieutenant or higher.
Active Duty and Reserve soldiers can fill positions as Warrant Officers in the fields of Cyber Operations Technician (170A), Electronic Warfare Technician (290A), Cyber Operations Specialist (17C), Cyber Operations Officer (17A), and Electronic Warfare Specialist (17E).
To serve as an Army Civilian
ARCYBER needs qualified civilians to serve roles including:
Malware and Forensic Analysts
Big Data Architect
If you currently possess the skills to fill these roles, search and apply today.
Internships and Fellowships
Internship and Fellowship opportunities are available to current students in high school, college, trade schools and other qualifying educational institutions. These programs offer on-the-job training, projects, rotation assignments, and other training.
To learn more about these opportunities, visit our Career Exploration, Advancement, and Development (CEAD) Fact Sheet.
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Last Updated: March 31, 2020