Magnet Forensics Scholarship Program
Giving a Head Start in Digital Investigations
If you are currently performing a non-technical role and would like to explore future career opportunities in digital forensics, then this scholarship program is for you!
Magnet Forensics is offering two scholarship awards, so in addition to non-technical roles, we have a second scholarship available for experienced digital forensics experts who have no experience with Magnet AXIOM and want to learn all about how it can help them in their investigations.
WORLD-CLASS DIGITAL FORENSICS TRAINING
Starting from the very basics of digital forensics and working right through to advanced smartphone and computer forensics, you’ll be able to take unlimited training from Magnet Forensics for a year.
OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN DIGITAL FORENSICS CERTIFICATION
After completing our training, you’ll be eligible to become a Magnet Certified Forensics Examiner (MCFE) — demonstrating your expertise and giving you credibility within your agency and on the stand.
SOFTWARE LICENSE FOR ONE YEAR
With the scholarship, you will also receive a one-year Magnet AXIOM license — giving you access to a comprehensive digital forensics tool that will help you find and report on evidence from smartphones, computers, and the cloud.
A TRIP TO MAGNET USER SUMMIT 2021
We’ll send the scholarship winner to Nashville for Magnet User Summit 2021 to learn more about the latest industry trends, get hands on experience at workshops as well as connect with other professionals in the space.
Meet This Year's Magnet Forensics Scholarship Award Winners
We’re proud to announce the latest winners of the Magnet Forensics Scholarship Award: Kate Newrick, Investigator with the Digital Child Exploitation Team within the Department of Internal Affairs in New Zealand, and Lawrence Mowery, Computer Forensic Detective with the Moscow Police Department in Idaho. Read how Kate and Lawrence took it upon themselves to apply for the Magnet Forensics Scholarship Award and how they hope it will help them in their respective careers in this Q&A.
And hear from our first Magnet Forensics Scholarship Award winner, Eric Dalla Mura from the Chittenden Unit for Special Investigations, about his year with the Magnet Forensics Scholarship Award and how it’s helped inform where he will go in his career.
Submit Your Nominations!
Send your resume to ScholarshipProgram@magnetforensics.com and include:
1) Your current resume / CV
2) A cover letter explaining either your interest in becoming a digital forensic investigator or in exploring Magnet AXIOM
3) A letter of reference from a supervisor and/or leader within your police organization
All entries are due by Sept. 30, 2020 and we’ll reach out to the winner once they are chosen.