- SFS recipients must complete security-related government internships during the summer term for each year they have received the SFS scholarship. (Post-graduation internships are not required.) The SFS team will support students in searching for these internships.
- SFS recipients must complete employment with a federal, state, local, or tribal government agency in a cybersecurity position immediately upon graduation. The period of employment must equal the duration of the SFS scholarship. The SFS team will support students in searching for these full-time positions.
- SFS recipients must participate in conferences, job fairs, and other off-campus meetings related to the SFS program. This requirement also includes participating in one or more UMD annual career fairs.
- SFS recipients must participate in additional information training in security and professionalism (ACES and University of Maryland Tech Talks).
In order to continue receiving funding and complete the Scholarship for Service program, accepted students must satisfy the following requirements.