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San Diego STEM Ecosystem hosts a directory with a wide variety of
learning opportunities from frequent programs, activities, workshops, and
events, to online opportunities and scholarships for all ages and
interests. Their partners contribute to opportunities daily. Check back
frequently for updates!
8th - 12th grade
No prior experience necessary to participate
Hear and learn from cyber leaders
Explore the fields of cybersecurity and IT
Learn through interactive games and hands-on activities
Explore your own community's cybersecurity needs
Develop the skills to prepare you for college and a career in the cybersecurity or IT fields
Cyber Warriors provides fun summer, after-school and yearlong programs
where participants learn the latest technologies in digital media,
cybersecurity, and coding. The curriculum is designed to create
connections that support lifelong skill development in an empowering,
creative, and fun environment.
This program is funded through an
educational grant from the Department of Defense and is, therefore,
provided to students at no cost to them.
All necessary materials will be provided by the program (including a computer for those students who need one).
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you are interested in registering a student please do so below. You may
also contact [email protected] if you have any additional questions
about the program.
Our nationally-recognized Education Department and King Schools™ have
worked to build a curriculum superior to a traditional ground school.
Unlike most “Informal” (FAA Part 61) Ground Schools, our instructors are
on-site and available for questions and feedback during class. The
extensive resources of the Museum add a unique dimension to this
learning experience, with interactive applications of classroom
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is hosting various events
throughout Summer 2022. Please check out the San Diego Air & Space
Museum website for more information.
NCWIT for a talk with employees from the DoD about building a STEM
career. The four panelists will share their career paths and best
practices to launch and grow a career in the DoD. Participants can ask
questions and explore more about opportunities and culture at the US
Department of Defense.
At the TGR Foundation, we are
focused on opening your mind to potential careers and college majors.
Instructors at the TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim will be offering
FREE virtual summer classes for students across the nation. These classes will
be open students who will be in 6th - 12th grade starting in Fall 2022. By
registering, you understand this is a four-day per week commitment to yourself
and your future. The next step is to select the course(s) you’d like to
participate in, located on page 2 for students in middle school and page 3 for
those in high school, and register using the Eventbrite links listed.
Timeframe: All virtual classes
will be 90 minutes and held Monday – Thursday from 9 – 10:30 a.m. PDT / 12 –
1:30 p.m. EDT for middle school and 1 – 2:30 p.m. PDT / 4 - 5:30 p.m. EDT for
high school. Students can only participate in one class each week.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Gyla Bell at [email protected].
Don't just read about coding, actually do it! See example student projects below.
This group took it to another level and recorded their own sound-effects including the recording of baby chickens. No chicks were harmed in the making of this game.
Yes, a simple animation timer from the Java Swing library is enough to recreate a fast-paced game.
Great use of object-oriented programming and two-dimensional arrays to recreate the classic game of Minesweeper.
Follow the link for more.
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40 Questions, 50% of Exam
4 Questions, 50% of exam
Determine required code segments to produce given output
Determine the output, value, or result of given program code given initial values.
Write and implement program code.
Analyze program code for correctness, equivalence, and errors.
Describe the behavior and conditions that produce identified results in a program.
AP Exam Note: The AP CSA course covers Units 1-10. The topics of Interface and Abstract Class are not included.
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