3650 N. Nevada Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 (6:30 PM - 8:00 PM)

6:30 - 8:00pm


$10/person or FREE for NCC members

Event Details
This program, “Cyber Careers: What Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Should Know” will highlight the huge need for skilled workers, the kinds of academic foundations students need to prepare for critical careers, common entry-level job descriptions, expected starting salaries, and potential career progression. The need for coding language mastery and extracurricular opportunities will be explained, and parents will be offered suggestions for supplementing their child’s interest and abilities through toys, games, clubs, activities, and competitions. For parents/teachers of middle- and high-school students. Why Attend? Parents, Teachers, and Counselors significantly influence a student’s future career choices The first step toward career planning is understanding Where the opportunities are What kind of academic foundations are needed This program will highlight The workforce demand and the talent gap The knowledge, skills, and abilities needed What jobs will be available for a student’s first career Contact: Mary Graft, Director of K-12 Cyber Education, mary.graft@cyber-center.org 719-255-5223 $10 to register; FREE for NCC members
Additional Information
Contact Organization:
National Cybersecurity Center
Contact Description:
Call Dr. Mary Graft at 719-255-5223 or mary.graft@cyber-center.org
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