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2022 Inland Empire / Desert Cyber Cup

The NorCalCyber Mayors Cup brings awareness to cybersecurity careers and provides students an opportunity to engage in team-based learning. The Sacramento County Office of Education and the North Far North Regional Consortium invite students, educators, businesses, and government leaders from across Northern California to participate in the 2021 NorCalCyber Mayors Cup experience.

2022 NorCal Cyber Cup

The NorCalCyber Mayors Cup brings awareness to cybersecurity careers and provides students an opportunity to engage in team-based learning. The Sacramento County Office of Education and the North Far North Regional Consortium invite students, educators, businesses, and government leaders from across Northern California to participate in the 2021 NorCalCyber Mayors Cup experience.

New Agents of Change Report: A Community Responds to a Volatile Economy by Growing a New Sector and Adding Thousands of New Jobs 

Agents of Change Series Showcases Stories of People and Organizations Solving Decades-Old Challenges in Education and Workforce Training Systems THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. –  SynED, a national non-profit focused on education, today released Agents of Change: San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence, the third in a series of reports that provide a roadmap on how individuals, …

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CYBER.ORG’s Kevin Nolten Selected as SynED’s November National CyberHero for Leading Nationwide Effort to Boost K-12 Cybersecurity Education and Develop Tomorrow’s Workforce

Today synED, a national non-profit organization that identifies emerging best practices for effective articulation between employers, job seekers, and education providers, announced that Kevin Nolten, Director of Academic Outreach for CYBER.ORG, is this month’s CyberHero. Kevin leads CYBER.ORG, a national nonprofit based in Bossier City, Louisiana, that seeks to empower educators as they prepare the next generation to succeed in …

CYBER.ORG’s Kevin Nolten Selected as SynED’s November National CyberHero for Leading Nationwide Effort to Boost K-12 Cybersecurity Education and Develop Tomorrow’s Workforce Read More »

Luis Plascencia

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Student Luis Plascencia Selected as SynED’s October National CyberHero for Being an Inspiring Young Leader in Cybersecurity Education and Outreach

Today synED, a national non-profit organization that identifies emerging best practices for effective articulation between employers, job seekers, and education providers, announced that Luis Plascencia, a Computer Science student at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly), is this month’s CyberHero. Luis is a third-year student at Cal Poly and a native of the nearby coastal …

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Student Luis Plascencia Selected as SynED’s October National CyberHero for Being an Inspiring Young Leader in Cybersecurity Education and Outreach Read More »

ReportOUT Applies Lens of Social Learning Theory on Modern Education, Reveals Why Collaborative Learning is Key

ReportOUT looks at theories behind Team-Based Learning (TBL), offers insights on social learning and how games and competitions can boost learning   THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. –  SynED, a national non-profit focused on education, today released ReportOUT, a quarterly publication that highlights innovative educational initiatives that promise different perspectives and lasting changes, with its latest edition entitled “Back …

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Sara Lee cybersecurity hero

Sarah Lee Selected as SynED’s September National CyberHero for Blazing New Trails in Middle School Cybersecurity Education

Today synED, a national non-profit organization that identifies emerging best practices for effective articulation between employers, job seekers, and education providers, announced that Sarah Lee, a cybersecurity teacher and coach at Ladera Vista Jr. High in Fullerton, CA, is this month’s CyberHero. Just three years ago, Ms. Lee was exclusively teaching math at Ladera Vista Jr. …

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