See attached flyer for detailed information about this exciting student competition.

pdfCyberPatriot Flyer

pdfTeacher A+ Certification Flyer

To request sponsorship or for more information, send an email to: [email protected] and request a CyberPatriot Participation Form. Forms must be submitted no later than Friday, September 9, 2016. Please don’t delay as teams will be selected on a first come, first served basis.

Regards,
Alan Braggins
Deputy Sector Navigator
Information Communications Technology/Digital Media
Inland Empire/Desert Region
(909) 382-4067 Office
(909) 382-4003 Fax
[email protected]

With the extraordinary shortage of cybersecurity professionals, many of the community colleges across the State have developed advanced cybersecurity training course offerings. Many include virtual labs to provide 24/7 access to environments that let students practice advanced hacking and penetration testing techniques.

Advanced courses like those mentioned above are typically taught during the evening hours at community colleges to provide working adults a path towards career and salary advancement.

View the ever growing list of offerings to find a training course near you.

ADVANCED TRAINING COURSES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you a student or parent looking for a CyberPatriot team to join? A Middle or High School faculty or administrator who is interested in setting up a team and want to know who is participating in your area? A Community College faculty or administrator interested in collaborating with local High Schools to help build your future CTE enrollment channel?

Check out the calendar of CyberPatriot events.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Find advisors in your area to help with setup and funding.

FIND AN ADVISER

Check the state-wide list of teams and participating colleges.

CALIFORNIA CP TEAMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a Community College you are always looking to reach out to local high school students to bring them into the rich IT training offering you have. Hosting a CyberPatriot competition for your area or region can bring many students and their parents to your campus to interact with IT faculty and students. This is good for your College and good for the kids who will be your future students.

CyberPatriot Competition In A BoX PACKAGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Setting up a CyberPatrot team a great opportunity for Community College and High School faculty to collaborate on guiding students into a technology career. This collaboration can lead to important expanded relationships such as Dual Enrollment agreements and articulation agreements. Colleges or High Schools can host CyberPatriot teams as soon as they are ready to get started, regardless of the time of year. 

Are you ready to start a team at your local high school or boys and girls club? We have a package just for you…”

CyberPatriot Get Started Package

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CyberPatriot is the premier national cyber defense competition that brings together multiple skills for middle and high school students to work together as a team in a virtual environment to solve real-world cybersecurity problems. The challenges presented in the competition help students build skills today for a future career in cybersecurity. Competition challenges include forensics, networking, and securing various operating systems such as Windows desktop, Windows server, and Linux.

California is committed to becoming a premier source of well trained cybersecurity and IT professionals. Programs like CyberPatriot help develop the flow of students into the Community College IT training programs.

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The Southern California Cybersecurity Community College Consortium (SoCalCCCC) consists of Cerritos College, Coastline Community College, Cypress College, El Camino College, Fullerton College, Irvine Valley College, and Long Beach City College. SoCalCCCC meets regularly to support its members and the community by ensuring consistency in its educational programs and developing the CyberPatriot model of partnerships between K-12 schools and local community colleges.

“Our community college consortium is dedicated to developing cybersecurity pathways for K-12 students from high school to college and on to a cybersecurity profession,” said Irvin Lemus and Tobi West of SoCalCCCC. “We believe that the CyberPatriot program helps students develop the technical and soft skills needed for a successful career in cybersecurity.”

In the most recent season, Coastline and Cypress partnered to recruit 27 new teams from local schools, and hosted the teams to compete in the online rounds at Coastlines Garden Grove Campus. It focuses on recruiting participants by holding orientation sessions with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. In addition to recruiting students, SoCalCCCC has done great work in recruiting mentors from its colleges to aid K-12 students with cybersecurity training. Trainers include college and high school instructors that are passionate about the CyberPatriot program and cybersecurity education.

To share the model established by SoCalCCCC for hosting CyberPatriot events at community colleges, Coastline Community College and Cypress College send instructors to academic conferences throughout California. SoCalCCCC is also currently working on a how-to-guide for community colleges across the state to set up training events and host competitions on campuses. This effort has been ideal in fostering relationships between K-12 schools and the cybersecurity educators at the local community colleges.

For more information on SoCalCCCC and CyberPatriot’s Center of Excellence program, visit http://uscyberpatriot.org/about/centers-of-excellence.

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