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NCI to Host 1st Annual CyberPatriot CyberCamp


NCI Partners with The College of William & Mary Center for Corporate Education to Deliver Program

MARTINSVILLE, VA March 5, 2020 – The New College Institute (NCI) will host its first annual CyberPatriot CyberCamp for middle and high school students virtually from July 20th- July 24th. At CyberCamp, students will engage in interactive, fun sessions to learn about the importance of cyber security and how to protect their personal devices and information from outside threats.

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New Cybersecurity Programs at NCI

We are excited to launch our second cohort for three unique cybersecurity programs at New College Institute via Radford University. Radford University’s cybersecurity program, IMPACT, is designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in cyber defense by both the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

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New College & Radford Partner to Address Regional Needs

As a solution to the growing demand for healthcare services, Radford University is expanding its presence at New College Institute (NCI) in Southern Virginia. Radford will offer a spring course entitled Substance Use and Dependency — an elective for students within the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at NCI.

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Jones & DeShon Orthodontics Sponsor NCI’s Reading For Life Program

New College Institute (NCI) is pleased to have a local business sponsor the Reading for Life program for the 2018–2019 school year for students in Martinsville, Henry and Patrick counties, and Carlisle schools. More than 960 families will be served by this program thanks to NCI and sponsor Jones & DeShon Orthodontics. This is NCI’s tenth year facilitating this program.

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Regional Students Learn Cyber Defense Skills at NCI

There was only one problem at New College Institute’s Cyber Defense Competition, a “hacker.”

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Longwood at NCI Graduates are Ready to Fill High-Demand Jobs

After two years of hands-on classroom learning (delivered at NCI) and one student teaching semester finished, six Longwood University students graduated in December and are now fully licensed and ready to teach.

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