By supporting these activities at the high school level, colleges, universities, business and government will be cultivating strongly desired soft skills at an early age and building a flow of students into Cybersecurity and IT career pathways.
Organize educational, public, and private partnerships
Provide collaborative outreach to high schools from Higher Education
Encourage research and innovation in Cyber education
Promote CyberCamps and provide Cyber Education Outreach
Promote development of creativity, collaboration and problem solving soft skills at an early age.
“High School Cybersecurity instruction and competitions are exciting new ways to help our students discover their future in technology. The California Community Colleges, as partners in that effort, help the students make the connection to cybersecurity technical careers.”
JOSE MEDINA California State Assembly Member Chair of the Assembly Committee on Higher Education
A dedicated network of volunteers is the richness of the California cyber completion community. These volunteers help onboard new coaches, improve existing team programs and support each other in their quest expand competition participation across the state.