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On September 25, 2019, the National Security Agency sent three representatives to CSUSB to speak to our cyber students and exchange information about both the agency as well as the work the students are involved in on campus. The university’s Cyber Intelligence and Security Organization (CISO) had 14 volunteers demonstrate various ongoing projects, including Virtual Reality, Network Engineering, and Malware Analysis, just to name a few. At the close of the event, select students were interviewed by the agency to be offered full time or internship positions potentially. This was one of numerous recent events aimed at building the relationship between the Jack H. Brown College (JHBC) Cybersecurity Center and the NSA, thereby boosting the pipeline of cybersecurity professionals CSUSB can provide toward the Department of Defense each year.