CyberHoops ProgramTeaching cybersecurity through basketball

CyberHoops program introduces cybersecurity concepts and skills to underrepresented middle and high school students (grades 6-12) using an interactive curriculum and fun basketball activities. CyberHoops is a much needed FREE educational camp for underrepresented students (minorities and women) to create attention and motivation in cybersecurity and STEM realted topics. 

Hispanics, African Americans and women are vastly underrepresented in the cybersecurity industry. It is the CyberHoops goal to provide opportunities for young students to acquire the interest and skills necessary in order to motivate and inspire them into entering the cybersecurity profession and academia. 


The main goals of the CyberHoops program are to: 

  1. Teach cybersecurity fundamentals using basketball analogies/activities and various interactive tech tools. 
  2. Continue offering the in-person CyberHoops program to underrepresented students throughout the South Florida community. 
  3. Create an affiliated program that will allow other schools to run their own CyberHoops program through online resources provided. 
  4. Provide mentoring to affiliated members to enhance the delivery of the CyberHoops program in their communities. 


The CyberHoops program is currently offered in-person in South Florida, and with your support and contribution can be offered to other cities and states across the United States through affiliated schools.


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