Last week, Trideum presented a check for $100,000 to the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE). ASCTE is the nation’s only high school focused on the integration of cyber technology and engineering into all academic disciplines. It’s a public, residential magnet high school serving students throughout the state of Alabama.
The ASCTE faculty is composed of field and subject matter experts providing students the highest quality of instruction focused on embedding cyber protections into the engineering cycle.
Van Sullivan, CEO of Trideum Corporation presented the check last Thursday in person to Mr. Matt Massey, President of ASCTE and PeggyLee Wright, Executive Director of the ASCTE Foundation. “Our involvement with ASCTE is supporting the education and development of our future workforce,” said Mr. Sullivan, who also serves as the Vice President of the ASCTE Foundation Board.
Trideum Corporation is committed to supporting academic institutions, especially those that focus on engineering, cyber, or technology programs. Their Killeen office is located in the Technology Research Park of Texas A&M Central’s campus. The team there supports the Operational Test Command at Fort Hood. Trideum works through the Texas A&M Central campus leadership to find and hire paid interns. Trideum also has relationships with the University of Alabama, Huntsville (UAH) and recently contributed towards establishing a Richard Shelby Endowed Chair in Engineering in recognition of Senator Shelby’s many significant and lasting contributions to the entire state of Alabama and specifically to the Huntsville, AL and Redstone Arsenal communities and programs.