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See below for a complete list of cybersecurity clinic grantees

Google Cybersecurity Clinics Fund

Investing in America's
cybersecurity workforce

Google, in collaboration with the Consortium of Cybersecurity Clinics, is supporting selected colleges, universities, and community colleges with up to $1M each to increase access and opportunities for students interested in pursuing careers in cybersecurity. In addition, recipients can access the Google Cybersecurity Certificate, Google Titan security keys, and student mentorship opportunities from Google. See below to learn more about the clinics receiving funding.

Why Cybersecurity Clinics

At Google, security has always been at the core of our products. We’ve worked to protect people, businesses and governments by sharing our expertise and advancing cybersecurity tools and resources.

This fund will strengthen existing members of the Consortium of Cybersecurity Clinics, while supporting new higher education institutions to help students build a career in cybersecurity. We want to support these institutions in building a workforce with the real-world experience needed to protect critical U.S. infrastructure - in hospitals, nonprofits, schools and utilities - from cyber attacks.

What is a Cybersecurity Clinic?

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We are pleased to announce all of the colleges and universities who have been awarded Cybersecurity Clinic funding from Google:'s approach to philanthropy, Google’s philanthropy, brings the best of Google to help solve some of humanity’s biggest challenges combining funding, product donations and technical expertise to support underserved communities and provide opportunity for everyone.

We engage nonprofits, social enterprises and civic entities who make a significant impact on the communities they serve, and whose work has the potential to produce scalable, meaningful change.