It’s no secret that the privacy profession has arrived. And in the data economy, there’s an urgent need—and opportunity—for skilled pros. But there’s been no clear on-ramp into the privacy profession—until now.
Privacy Pathways is a pilot program that builds on privacy curricula being offered at forward-thinking universities with the goal of launching students directly into privacy-related careers.
Through the program, the IAPP is working with a number of universities to introduce students to one of the world’s most rapidly growing professions and give them the practical knowledge and skills they need to start their careers.
Privacy Pathways programs can include access to tools like:
- Training and exams
- Scholarships to IAPP programs
- Networking with the professional privacy community
- Publication opportunities
Privacy Pathways Spotlight
- Carnegie Mellon University
- University of Maine School of Law
- High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara Law
- Indiana University, Kelley School of Business
- Indiana University, Maurer School of Law
- Queen Mary University of London
- University of Minnesota School of Law
- Northeastern University School of Law
- Saint Louis University School of Law
- Duke University School of Law
- University of North Carolina School of Law
- New York Law School