HUNTSVILLE — The Alabama School of Cyber Technology & Engineering inked a partnership with NASA this week to establish a framework for cooperation.
The partnership with the space agency will create and advance opportunities for the students to gain knowledge and experiences that drive innovation in the cyber and aerospace industries.
The students will have the opportunity to collaborate with NASA – giving them access to NASA’s state-of-the-art facilities, research programs, and pathways into established internship programs.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with NASA,” said Matt Massey, president of ASCTE. “This partnership is a result of several years of conversation reinforcing our commitment to ensuring high levels of relevant and practical learning for ASCTE students.
“We are confident that our students will benefit immensely from this program, and we are excited to see how this partnership will shape the future of cyber in aerospace engineering.”
As ASCTE continues to solidify its place as a national leader in secondary cyber and engineering education, its partnership with NASA reinforces both institutions’ commitment to aligning talent with opportunity and forging a path forward that directly addresses national security and workforce challenges.