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NICE Webinar: AfterSchool Programs Present Opportunities to Grow the Cybersecurity Workforce

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The PowerPoint slides used during this webinar can be downloaded here

Speakers:

Gina Warner
President and CEO
National AfterSchool Association

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Kellie Brownlow
Executive Director
Georgia Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs

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Suzanne Harper
Senior Director
National STEM Strategy
Girl Scouts of the USA

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Synopsis:

Each day, over 10 million children participate in after school programs (sometimes called Out-of-School Time). Quality after school and summer programs across the U.S. offer community-driven, expanded learning opportunities that support developmentally appropriate cognitive, social, physical, and emotional outcomes. After school programs can run directly after school, during evenings, weekends, summer vacations, or holidays. Join us to discuss how AfterSchool programs are helping students explore the topic of cybersecurity, possibilities of technology, and help youth develop a plan to achieve their chosen careers.


Resources

 National Afterschool Association Digital Learning Report

 National Afterschool Association Tech Toolkit

National AfterSchool Association 

 Afterschool Alliance

 Youth.gov 

 Boys and Girls Club of America

 Boys and Girls Club of Central Savannah River Area (BGCCSRA)

 Girl Scouts of the USA 

 The Wallace Foundation Afterschool Program Reports

 America After 3PM: Afterschool Programs in Demand Report

Created July 18, 2018, Updated September 19, 2018