Summer-Camp (for teachers!)
INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION OF CYBER STARS!
Who should attend: Middle and High School Teachers
Where: Forsyth Technical Community College (Technology Building/Cyber Center)
Date: GenCyber Camp Prep – July 24-28 (8:30am-4:30pm) / Camp (Rising 7th and 8th Grade Students & Teachers) – July 31-Aug 4 8:30am-4:30pm *
*Teachers will need to attend both camps.
Cost: (Grant Funded NSA) Stipends will be provided to teachers
Teach students how to program a Raspberry PI, secure a system, and protect their social media accounts!
- Increase diversity and interest in cybersecurity and careers in the cybersecurity workforce of the Nation
- Help all students understand correct and safe on-line behavior
- Improve teaching methods for delivering cybersecurity content for K-12 computer science curricula.
Or call (336) 734-7638 Monday – Friday 9am-5pm
*Available for Download*
This guide contains the following:
- Weekly Schedule
- Step by Step Instructions on the various activities
- Lesson Plans that map to the 10 Principles
- Supplemental Activities for students
Feel free to download and take a peek at our custom guide.
Bits n Bytes Cybersecurity – A resource for school-aged childeren to learn about Cyber Security!
“The IoT world and the number of cyber threats are growing exponentially. One way to reduce this number is through education and prevention. Early in freshman year of high school, I became the Founder of BNBCE with one goal: to immerse the youngest members of society, elementary age students, in technology and concepts of cyber security. As the next users of the digital age, it is important they are educated with these concepts.
With introduction, immersion, and education through video production, blogs, and parent night events, and cyber-days, the oldest and youngest members of society will be prepared and excited for the changing face of technology.
Please join me and explore each topic of e-safety and cybersecurity we discuss!”
~ Excerpt from Kyla Guru – Founder of Bits n’ Bytes Cybersecurity