Application for 2018 3CS travel stipends

The C5 Project has a limited number of travel stipends available to help colleges interested in applying for the CAE-CD designation send a faculty member to the 2018 Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) to attend a relevant workshop there. 

3CS is a three-day national conference focused on cybersecurity education at community colleges. This year it will be held at Mt. Hood Community College just outside Portland, OR, from Thursday, August 2 through Saturday, August 4. 

Faculty members applying for travel stipends can represent colleges that are currently in the Program Development phase; that are currently assigned a mentor as part of the Application Assistance Program; or that are considering applying for the CAE-CD designation in the near future. 

To be eligible to receive the stipend, faculty members must

  • be employed at a regionally accredited college or university located at least 50 miles away from both the Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel, Portland, Oregon, and the campus of Mt. Hood Community College; and
  • agree to fully participate in the required 3-hour workshop on the CAE-CD application process during 3CS.

For best consideration, complete and submit the application form below by the end of the day on Friday, May 11. Faculty who apply by May 11 will be notified about whether they will receive a stipend the following week, to allow them to register for the conference before May 18 and receive the Early Bird Discount.  

After the conference, accepted applicants will be required to submit a completed W-9 IRS form and evidence that they attended the required CAE application workshop before their travel stipends will be issued to them.  

Update 5/14/2018: Applications for travel stipends are no longer being accepted.