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18 October 30, 2013 FCW.COM and Technology is home to the Nation- al Initiative for Cybersecurity Educa- tion, whose four components focus on different levels of education and are supported by numerous federal agen- cies. Among them are the Education Department and National Science Foundation's formal cybersecurity edu- cation component, which is aimed at students as young as kindergarten and up to 12th grade. In addition, DHS' National Initia- tive for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies hosts a number of training and education programs, and its web- site includes a comprehensive list of degree programs, scholarships, intern- ships, competitions, camps and career guidance resources. Those efforts are just a few of the programs focused on growing the next crop of cybersecurity employees, and along with maintaining the cycle of ongoing, career-long training and edu- cation, they are a critical piece of the solution to the workforce problem. "The government should be foster- Given that a signi cant portion of the up-and-coming workforce is less concerned about pay than other things, here's a list of some of the most outrageous and awe- some bene ts that some IT compa- nies offer. The government prob- ably can't match most of them, but a good federal job can mean a solid foothold in industry later, and plentiful cyber pros with broad experience can bene t both the public and private sectors. • Cisco Systems: An on-site health care center offers a full suite of medical services that include primary care, physical therapy, a pharmacy and more. Child-care services are also available. • Google: Well-known as the big kahuna of perks, Google offers free food, bocce courts, bowling alleys, gyms, an organic kitchen, on-site vehicle maintenance serv- ices and an indoor slide, among other bene ts. • Microsoft: Employees enjoy generous paid maternity and paternity leave, with up to 10 weeks for new moms. The Red- mond, Wash., headquarters has an organic spa on site and mentoring programs. • Yahoo: Despite a recent ban on telework, employees still enjoy discounts at ski resorts and Cali- fornia theme parks, and up to 16 weeks of paid maternity leave and eight weeks of paid paternity leave. • Boeing: In addition to 12 paid holidays, employees also enjoy a winter recess between Christmas and New Year's Day. --- Amber Corrin Reaping the bene ts Small swimming pools are available for employees at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Cybersecurity workforce
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