Summarized by the Alliance for Fort Gordon
Published September 16, 2022
The cadet interns represented 12 different universities across the U.S. and 16 different academic disciplines, said Maj. Joe Huitt of Joint Force Headquarters-Cyber (Army), the program’s creator and planner. They spent the monthlong internship working alongside ARCYBER leaders and mentors at Fort Gordon, Ga., and Fort Meade, Md., integrated into the Army Cyber Protection Brigade, the 780th Military Intelligence Brigade (Cyber), the 915th Cyber Warfare Battalion, and the ARCYBER Technical Warfare Center. This year’s program was expanded to four weeks, during which the cadets also earned pay equivalent to an Army E-5 (sergeant).