PROMOTING COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROGRAMS THROUGH CYBER COMPETITIONS
May 3, 2019
In February more than 1,200 high school students competed across the state in the California Mayors Cyber Cup. This unique competition brings students, parents, teachers, government officials and business leaders together to bring cybersecurity awareness to communities and to help build a cybersecurity workforce in California. It is also an excellent opportunity for community colleges to strengthen relationships with feeder high schools and promote college programs. Planning is underway for next year’s competition – learn how your campus can get involved!
03:29 – An Opportunity for Community Engagement
05:18 – California Cyberhub Program
06:47 – 2019 California Mayors Cyber Cup (CMCC)
08:28 – CMCC – Behind the Scenes
09:36 – Vision 1000
13:08 – Statewide Communities are Engaged
14:03 – Some Changes for CMCC 2020
14:56 – California Cyberhub Resources & Support
20:52 – IT Fundamentals Voucher Program and Digital Badges
26:15 – How to Get Started with a Team
28:55 – CMCC – A Far North Story, First Time Competing
33:57 – Amazing Results!