K-12 OUTREACH

To date, we have reached over 14000 girls with our collective efforts. One of the most notable projects of CybHER is our GenCyber Girls in CybHER Security Camp. The week-long camp, which is supported by the NSA, is the largest girls-only residential camp in the country. The inaugural camp was in July 2015, and each summer the camp has hosted over 125 middle school students. Other outreach efforts to middle school and high school female students include presentation at STEM events, social media outreach, Aspirations award event, parent-support events, and more.

CybHER® Themes for K-12

CybHER Seconds:

Constant connections lead to lasting impacts. Follow us on Facebook (@CybHERGirils), Instagram and Twitter (@cybher_security).

CybHER Minutes:

Knowledge and practice leads to confidence and self-efficacy. Coming soon – short educational videos on cybersecurity topics.

CybHER Hours:

Inspiration leads to motivation and independent exploration. Coming soon – motivational videos by leading women.

CybHER Days:

Community supports a strong identity, and collaborative problem solving gives purpose. Day-long learning and community opportunities available. If you are interested in hosting an event, fill out the form on our contact page.

CybHER Together:

Supportive and engaged guardians lead to positive and long-lasting influence. These are opportunities for parent and child to learn and have fun together.

CybHER Camp:

Living in community and learning together develops an anchor in the field. For information on our GenCyber Girls in CybHER Security camp, check out our camp page.

CybHER School Visits

Please fill out the form below if you are interested in have CybHER present at your school. Please note that at this time we are only able to travel to within a 100 miles from Madison, SD as volunteers are students at Dakota State University.

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While planning the session, allow a 20-30 minute break every 60-90 minutes to charge robots.