ICMCP is helping minorities and women reach success in the field of cybersecurity through the creation of educational scholarships: Certifications, 2-year, 4-year, and Graduate Programs.

Yeshiva University - Graduate Dean's Scholarship in Cybersecurity


Yeshiva University (YU) offers a master’s degree in Cybersecurity at its midtown Manhattan campus. The program focuses on both the requisite tactical and technical skills necessary to effectively protect an organization from inside and outside threats, as well as the business acumen to understand the overall role of cybersecurity within an organization’s governance. 

ICMCP MEMBERS - students and professionals - are encouraged to apply for the:  $2500 Yeshiva University Graduate Dean's Scholarship in Cybersecurity.


The YU graduate program is convenient, flexible & fast; with part-time and full-time options, as well as evening classes; and there's NO GRE REQUIREMENT. Students in the YU masters program will  focus on:  threat hunting, protection against network breaches, cloud security and managing ethical cyber teams; you'll participate in:

  • Seminars on AI, blockchain and cryptography
  • Hands-on experience on a state-of-the art cyber range
  • Real world virtual cybersecurity lab simulations
  • Develop your own ideas and products in the cyber innovation lab


The Yeshiva University (YU) master’s degree is ideal for people with backgrounds in information technology, information security, computer science, engineering, science and business, as well as professionals with experience in areas including IT support, and networks. 

If you’re new to cybersecurity, applicants are able to participate in a YU-managed technical boot camp!

APPLY HERE for the $2500 Yeshiva University Graduate Dean's Scholarship in Cybersecurity

   Carnegie Mellon University – Heinz College: Master’s Program Scholarship

Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy (CMU) has established a scholarship program for members of the ICMCP who enroll in the master’s programs at Heinz College.  ICMCP members who qualify through CMU’s application process are eligible to receive a minimum scholarship of $20,000 (at least 30% of tuition). Most students will receive more!

ICMCP members can connect with CMU today to learn more about the application process.  You may also email David Eber, the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, directly at [email protected].

CMU’s Heinz College offers top-ranked graduate degree programs in Information Systems & ManagementPublic Policy & Management, and Creative Enterprises Management. Heinz College provides students with the analytics, technology, and policy skills necessary to solve complex societal problems in an increasingly connected world. Our research excellence and expertise in data analytics set Heinz College apart in the areas of cybersecurity, health care, the future of work, smart cities, and arts & entertainment. In 2016, INFORMS named Heinz College the #1 academic program for Analytics Education.