Cyber Pathways Across Maryland (CPAM)

On October 1, 2014, the U. S. Department of Labor awarded a $14.9 million Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant to Montgomery College and 13 other community colleges within the State of Maryland for a performance period of 3 years. This project will address the challenges of an lack of adequate pool of skilled cyber workers, the shortage of laboratory facilities to support cyber training, a lack of training in flexible modalities, and barriers to learning for underserved populations.

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Getting Started

Follow the steps below to get started with CPAM

Job Seekers

  • Learn how to sign up for the program
  • Find out if you are eligible
  • Use our Cyber Career Navigator
  • Get job placement assistance
  • Learn about available cybersecurity training
  • Search for a job in cybersecurity or a related field
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Businesses

  • Receive free recruitment assistance from a Business Representative
  • Learn about available cybersecurity training
  • Train your employees for certifications outlined in DoD Directive 8570.1
  • Find out more about hiring incentives and tax credits
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The Consortium

Click the logos below to learn more about the various programs from our participating schools


Allegany Community college logo
Anne Arundel Community collge logo
Baltimore city community college logo
College of southern maryland logo

Carroll community college logo
Community college of Baltimore County logo
Frederick community college logo
Garrett college logo

Hagerstown community college logo
Harford community college logo
Howard community college logo

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Find out how we can help grow your career or your business