BlackGirlsHack was created to share knowledge and resources to help black girls and women breakthrough barriers to careers in information security and cyber security. The vision for Black Girls Hack (BGH) is to provide resources, training, mentoring, and access to black girls and women and increase representation and diversity in the cyber security field and in the executive suites.
is an educational program created by Mastercard to inspire young girls to pursue STEM careers through a fun, engaging curriculum that includes topics such as encryption, biometrics, fraud detection, and detective work — all of them skills needed for cybersecurity.
Girl Scouts Cyber Security Patch and Game Program
was developed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to teach Girl Scout Juniors (ages 9-11) how to safely and defensively navigate the internet.
Girls Go CyberStart Initiative
is a fun and interactive series of digital challenges designed to introduce young women to the field of cybersecurity; it encourages high school girls to explore career opportunities in the cybersecurity field as well as join the global cybersecurity community.
Tweens & Technology
is a STEM learning experience for rising 3rd – 8th grade students. Each child learns technical skills in the week-long summer camp, the 12-week coding camps using Ozaria or Saturday morning sessions to last a lifetime. The program blends instruction from industry professionals and STEM educators with fun and engaging activities. Many of the volunteers are cybersecurity professionals.
The next generation of coders, game designer, innovators, engineers, and entrepreneurs start here.