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Our Mission

Acronis SCSVets’ driving mission is to reduce veteran and military spouse under- and unemployment and help eliminate America’s cyber workforce shortage by arming its participants with the internationally-recognized credentials, skills, and resources they need to pursue self-sustaining cyber careers – at zero cost to them.

Four foundational elements support this mission:

  • Training and Certifications
  • Social Support Services
  • Employment Readiness Training
  • Career Pipelines

Training & Certification

Acronis SCSVets’ unique, scalable, and high-touch approach provides participants with the robust training needed to earn the most in-demand cybersecurity and IT certifications in the field. The program regularly consults with cyber industry experts to review and update its coursework, ensuring participants pursue the most relevant and in-demand certifications possible.

*Program currently only offered in Arizona.

CompTIA A+

Certifies competency in installing, maintain, customizing, and operating personal computers

CompTIA Network+

Tests ability to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and support a network and understand various aspects of networking technologies

CompTIA Security+

Demonstrates competency in network security; compliance and operational security, threats and vulnerabilities

CySA +

Bridges the gap between Security+ and Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+), the highest-level certification CompTIA offers

Windows 10

Validates desktop admin skills, including deploying and maintaining Windows operating systems and managing devices and data


Builds credibility by validating cloud expertise with an industry-recognized credential to lead cloud initiatives using AWS

Acronis ACE

Educates IT professionals on use of both Acronis Backup and Acronis Backup Cloud software solutions

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Social Support Services

Acronis SCSVets is committed to providing its students with the support they need to thrive and realize long-term success. That commitment involves helping students navigate the often-stressful process of transitioning from military service into civilian life.

Acronis SCSVets partners with local veteran service organizations to provide each participant with a personal success coach that helps participants navigate that stressful transition. The coaches work with participants to create holistic personal action plans that identify and address any transitional, healthcare, financial, family, or other significant barriers to success.

Employment Readiness Training

In order to prepare participants for meaningful and self-fulfilling careers, Acronis SCSVets provides all students with quarterly in-person career skills workshops and access to employment resources and outside expertise, including information on employee rights.

LinkedIn Training

Students learn how to connect with the world’s professionals, establish a professional profile and brand, control the top search results for their name, and more.

Resume Building

Students learn how to write, format, and distribute a resume that accurately reflects their skills, military and other professional experience, and educational background.

Mock Interview Training

Students practice, learn, and refine skills in a simulated environment so they are better prepared to excel in real-world interviews and move to the next hiring phase.

Career Pipeline

Students have access to employment fairs, networking events, and a robust pipeline of employers. As a result of their training, students are prepared to excel in public and private sector organizations of all types and sizes, though their skills are particularly beneficial for small- and medium-sized businesses, which are in critical need of qualified cyber talent, account for the majority of open US jobs, and often lack veteran-specific hiring programs.


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