Fifteen million children are born into poverty each year in the U.S. If you are born poor, there's only a 30% chance that you'll ascend to the middle class (and this number drops significantly depending on your ethnicity). Some reasons that keep people in poverty are lack of knowledge, opportunity, and job skills. 

Our High School Virtual Reality Cybersecurity Programs target high school students in underrepresented communities (both urban and rural areas) to tackle the critical cybersecurity shortage by preparing high school students for cybersecurity careers. There will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2020. Our High School Cybersecurity Program takes aim at this critical workforce shortage by preparing the next generation of leaders to tackle this increasingly complicated issue. Our program is 2 to 4 years. Our virtual reality games are the cornerstone of a comprehensive curriculum which contains videos from industry experts, technical reading and writing, and workforce development that foster soft skills, provide financial literacy and authentic problem solving which will prepare them for the CompTIA Security + certification

 

Our Program

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Virtual Reality 

We use this immersive technology to make abstract cybersecurity concepts engaging, relevant, and fun. 

 

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A Comprehensive Curriculum

Our virtual reality games are supported by a comprehensive curriculum authored and edited by leading cybersecurity professionals.

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Industry Certification

Our program is designed to prepare high school students to earn certifications in the cybersecurity industry.