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FOR GENERATIONS TO COME AS THOUSANDS OF JOBS ARE NEEDED HERE IN OKLAHOMA IN AEROSPACE AND CYBERSECURITY. ROSE STATE COLLEGE SAYS THEY’RE EXCITED TO HAVE A BRAND NEW FACILITY TO HELP FILL THAT NEED. NOT EVERY PLACE IN AMERICA THAT WE HAVE, THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE AMERICAN MILITARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE WAY THAT WE DO RIGHT HERE AT OKLAHOMA STATE COLLEGE, SHOWING OFF A FACILITY THAT’S BEEN YEARS IN THE MAKING. WE’RE GOING TO TRAIN THE NEXT GENERATION OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERS, STARTING AT ROSE STATE AND CYBERSECURITY. HUGE INDUSTRY, SO NECESSARY. AND IN A DIGITAL AGE, OFFICIALS SAY THIS IS A MAJOR STEP FOR OKLAHOMA’S FUTURE. THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ESTIMATES THAT WE’LL NEED TO FILL NEARLY 2000 CYBER ROLES EVERY SINGLE YEAR, AND TINKER AIR FORCE BASE ESTIMATES IT WILL NEED NEARLY. 10,000 CYBERSECURITY JOBS OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS. ROSE STATE’S PRESIDENT SAYS THE COLLEGE WILL ADD A FOUR YEAR BACHELOR’S DEGREE AND PARTNER WITH MILITARY FORCES NEARBY. WE WORK WITH TINKER AIR FORCE, WE WORK WITH THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY, SO I CAN’T BE MORE EXCITED BECAUSE I’M A STRONG BELIEVER IN WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. WE ALREADY HAVE 300 STUDENTS THAT ARE A PART OF OUR CYBER PROGRAM. SO NOW THAT WE OPEN IT TO A FOUR YEAR, CAN YOU IMAGINE THE GROWTH OF THAT NOW? THEIR HOPE IS THE PROGRAM GROWS AND MAKES OKLAHOMA A LEADER IN THE INDUSTRY. THESE YOUNG KIDS SOMEDAY THEY MIGHT HAVE TO SAVE O

Rose State College’s new facility to help generate more aerospace and cybersecurity jobs in Oklahoma

As thousands of jobs are needed in Oklahoma aerospace and cybersecurity, Rose State College said it’s excited to have a brand new facility to help fill that need

Central Oklahoma could soon have a lot more people working in the aerospace and cybersecurity fields.As thousands of jobs are needed in Oklahoma aerospace and cybersecurity, Rose State College said it’s excited to have a brand new facility to help fill that need.| MORE | Rose State College opening new Aerospace and Cybersecurity Center”Not every place in America has the partnership with the American military and higher education in the way we do right here in Oklahoma,” Congressman Tom Cole said.On Thursday, Rose State College showed off a facility that’s been years in the making.”We’re going to train the next generation of aerospace engineers starting at Rose State in cybersecurity. Huge industry. So necessary,” donor Richard Tanenbaum said.And in a digital age, officials said this is a major step for Oklahoma’s future.”The Department of Commerce estimates that we’ll need to fill nearly 2,000 cyber roles every single year, and Tinker Air Force Base estimates they’ll need nearly 10,000 cyber jobs over the next five years,” Gov. Kevin Stitt said.Rose State College President Jeanie Webb said the college will add a four-year bachelor’s degree and partner with military forces nearby.”We work with Tinker Air Force. We work with the aerospace industry. So, I couldn’t be more excited because I’m a strong believer in workforce development,” Webb said. “We already have 300 students that are part of our cyber program. So now that we opened it to a four-year, can you imagine the growth of that?”Now, the hope is the program grows and makes Oklahoma a leader in the industry.”These young kids someday might save our lives,” Tenenbaum said.Top Headlines Edmond officer captures road rage on dash cam during patrol Dispatch audio from Baltimore’s Key Bridge collapse sheds light on timeline of incident 8-year-old girl died after being sucked into pipe at Texas hotel swimming pool, lawsuit says Oklahoma band asking for help after flames engulf van on highway What will spring 2024 look like in Oklahoma?

Central Oklahoma could soon have a lot more people working in the aerospace and cybersecurity fields.

As thousands of jobs are needed in Oklahoma aerospace and cybersecurity, Rose State College said it’s excited to have a brand new facility to help fill that need.

| MORE | Rose State College opening new Aerospace and Cybersecurity Center

“Not every place in America has the partnership with the American military and higher education in the way we do right here in Oklahoma,” Congressman Tom Cole said.

On Thursday, Rose State College showed off a facility that’s been years in the making.

“We’re going to train the next generation of aerospace engineers starting at Rose State in cybersecurity. Huge industry. So necessary,” donor Richard Tanenbaum said.

And in a digital age, officials said this is a major step for Oklahoma’s future.

“The Department of Commerce estimates that we’ll need to fill nearly 2,000 cyber roles every single year, and Tinker Air Force Base estimates they’ll need nearly 10,000 cyber jobs over the next five years,” Gov. Kevin Stitt said.

Rose State College President Jeanie Webb said the college will add a four-year bachelor’s degree and partner with military forces nearby.

“We work with Tinker Air Force. We work with the aerospace industry. So, I couldn’t be more excited because I’m a strong believer in workforce development,” Webb said. “We already have 300 students that are part of our cyber program. So now that we opened it to a four-year, can you imagine the growth of that?”

Now, the hope is the program grows and makes Oklahoma a leader in the industry.

“These young kids someday might save our lives,” Tenenbaum said.


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