Caltech’s Center for Technology and Management Education (Caltech CTME), a California-based leading Science and Engineering Institute, has collaborated with the Fullstack Academy to offer cyber training programs to its students.
According to the details released by the PR Newswire News Agency, the Caltech’s Center for Technology and Management Education basically targets experienced professionals and early careers to cybersecurity Bootcamp by educating beginners into cybersecurity professionals in as little as three months.
According to CyberSeek.org, the Los Angeles metropolitan area ranked on third place after Washington DC and New York City with 24,000 Cybersecurity positions available, which reflect the growing need of professionals in the field of aerospace, communications, cybersecurity, healthcare, education and biotechnology.
Program Director for Caltech CTME, Dr. Rick Hefner said, “This collaboration provides an opportunity to close the skills gap in the cybersecurity industry while helping individuals quickly transition to a growing profession.”
“We are excited to couple Fullstack Academy’s impressive capabilities in cybersecurity training with our industry-focused professional education programs in systems engineering and analytics. Our commercial and government clients, as well as our cyber ecosystem collaborators, are excited as this complements Caltech’s existing executive workshops and certificate programs in cybersecurity, secure product development and supply chain leadership,” Hefner further added.
Co-Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Fullstack Academy, Nimit Maru said, “Following the successful launch and continued implementation of our programs with the University of San Diego and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, we continue to expand our footprint in California as the demand for cybersecurity professionals in the state grows rapidly.”
“Bringing our program to the Los Angeles metro area with an esteemed partner in Caltech is especially significant, as learners will have access to some of the world’s brightest educators when developing skills for a new career in a growing industry,” Nimit Maru further added.