Forsyth Tech’s Mission for the Crosby Scholars AMMPED and SHE Technology/Cyber Initiative is to share with students and their parents the opportunities and resources that Forsyth Tech provides for rising 9th-12th graders.
The informational session included
• Forsyth Technical Community College Process & Resources
• Career Pathways and Scholarship Opportunities
• Career and College Promise
• Davis iTEC Information Technology Program Overview
• Minority Male Mentoring Initiative Program
• Security Operations Center (SOC) Lab
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It’s an unusual summer camp experience.
Instead of soaking up the sun, local girls learned how to become ethical hackers.
“You had to learn how to uncrack a code and the code lets you unlock a briefcase,” camp attendee Saniya Dodd said.
For one week, Forsyth Technical Community College offers a Girls GenCyber Robotics/Cybersecurity camp.
Forsyth Tech will be accepting applications for the 2019 6th and 7th Grade Girls GenCyber Camp from July 15-19 is here! Please click this link to register.
Applications will close by June 23th at midnight and the students accepted will be contacted by July 3rd. An email will be sent to those accepted containing a “Pre-Camp Survey” to be completed promptly. If you need additional information, contact Shelby Gourley at email@example.com / 336.734.7638 or Dr. Deanne Wesley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Atkins Students win for the 2nd time in a Row! This has never been done before!
On November 13 and 26, 2018, the Girl Scout Brownie Troop from Winston-Salem NC learned how to create and code their own robots using Kamigami Robots. The camp featured the programming and security of robots, designing a robot from scratch and finally building and showcasing robots on the second night.
Stokes County High Schools students are assisted by Students from Forsyth Tech. The students were getting trained to program Raspberry PI’s.
These students are part of the Scholarship for Service (SFS) Program. The workshop was held on January 24th.