U.S. Army Cyber Command welcomed, trained and mentored 17 Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets in its fourth iteration of its annual cadet summer internship program from July 25-August 21, 2022.

Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets representing 12 universities across the U.S. get a briefing from the Augusta University Security Operation Center at the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta, Ga., as part of a four-week ROTC internship with ARCYBER, July 25-Aug. 21, 2022.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets representing 12 universities across the U.S. get a briefing from the Augusta University Security Operation Center at the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta, Ga., as part of a four-week ROTC internship with ARCYBER, July 25-Aug. 21, 2022. (Photo Credit: Maj. Joe Huitt) VIEW ORIGINAL
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadet Daniel Marshall (standing at right) asks a question of Maj. Gen. Neil S. Hersey, Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) Deputy Commanding General, during a briefing session at the conclusion of ARCYBER's summer ROTC internship program, at Fort Gordon, Ga., Aug. 19, 2022. Marshall was one of 17 cadets who participated in the fourth iteration of the four-week ARCYBER program.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadet Daniel Marshall (standing at right) asks a question of Maj. Gen. Neil S. Hersey, Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) Deputy Commanding General, during a briefing session at the conclusion of ARCYBER's summer ROTC internship program, at Fort Gordon, Ga., Aug. 19, 2022. Marshall was one of 17 cadets who participated in the fourth iteration of the four-week ARCYBER program. (Photo Credit: Taparia Brooks) VIEW ORIGINAL
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets representing 12 universities across the U.S. pose for a photo with Maj. Gen. Neil S. Hersey, Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) Deputy Commanding General (second to right of sign) at the conclusion of their four-week ROTC internship with ARCYBER, at Fort Gordon, Ga., Aug. 19, 2022.
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The cadet interns represented 12 different universities across the U.S. and 16 different academic disciplines, said Maj. Joe Huitt of Joint Force Headquarters-Cyber (Army), the program's creator and planner. They spent the monthlong internship working alongside ARCYBER leaders and mentors at Fort Gordon, Ga., and Fort Meade, Md., integrated into the Army Cyber Protection Brigade, the 780th Military Intelligence Brigade (Cyber), the 915th Cyber Warfare Battalion, and the ARCYBER Technical Warfare Center. This year's program was expanded to four weeks, during which the cadets also earned pay equivalent to an Army E-5 (sergeant).

Huitt added that during their internship the group also received briefings from the from ARCYBER senior leadership and subordinate units, as well as the Army Cyber Center of Excellence, the 513th Military Intelligence Brigade and the Army Signal proponent. At the completion of the program the cadets participated in a question and answer session with ARCYBER Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Neil S. Hersey, who presented each intern with a certificate of completion.

The schools represented in this year's program:
Augusta University
Brigham Young University
Florida Institute of Technology
Georgia Southern University
Indiana University Perdue University Indianapolis
Marquette University
Michigan Technological University
North Carolina State University
Rochester Institute of Technology
University of California - Santa Barbara
University of Virginia

Virginia Tech

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