For this year's summit, EnergySec hopes to invite at least 35 exemplary cybersecurity students, to directly connect them with employers who are in need of new talent for their workforce. The scholarships, paid for by Annual Summit sponsors, include a full conference pass and meals from Monday through noon on Wednesday. Some travel funds to help cover hotel accommodations and transportation to and from the conference venue may also be available upon request. To qualify for a scholarship, applicants should be college students entering their final year of classes in a cybersecurity degree program at a two-year or four-year school in the United States. Applicants should also demonstrate an interest in working in the energy sector.
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