CyberHoops Sponsorship

The CyberHoops program was created to introduce cybersecurity concepts and skills to underrepresented middle and high school students (grades 6-12) using  interactive and fun basketball activities. The first CyberHoops camp, which will take place in the Summer of 2023, has been fully  funded through a GenCyber grant sponsored by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Innovation Tech Academy would like to continue offering FREE CyberHoops camps to additional students and is currently looking for sponsors to further expand the goal of providing these much needed FREE educational camps to underrepresented students (Hispanics, African-Americans, and women) in cybersecurity.

Sponsorship or contribute to the CyberHoops program offered by Innovation Tech Academy is tax-deductible and serves a tremendous benefit in furthering the development and expansion of this worthwhile program for underrepresented students iinterested intechnology. Your gifts to Innovation Tech Academy make it possible for our non-for-profit to continue to provide a viable and much needed technology options to minority and female children that wish to enter a technology academic pathway, since these groups are severely underrepresented in the technology sector and academia.

Donations can be done as an individual contribution or an organization, both of which are tax deductible.

You are invited to invest in helping minority students succeed in their future technological academic endeavors.

To make your gift or to sponsor this program, please contact our Director of Development at or make a one-time donation through PayPal by clicking the button below.

Thank you for your donation and support!

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