Cyber club is a free new tech experience students grades 8-12. who are interested in gaining knowledge in the field of cybersecurity. If you are looking to increase your skill level or just have a serious interest in the industry, this may be what your are looking for.
Cyber Club is geared toward students with a serious desire to learn. Club members must be willing to commit time to club meetings and individual study. Students should also take into consideration other extra curricular school activities and sports before making additional commitments.
Requirements to participate in the Cyber Club are:
*Students need to be able to commit to attending club meetings on a regular basis
*A laptop is required for participants. Minimum machine requirements include:
Processor: AMD 64-bit or Intel i3 or better
RAM: 8 GIG or better
Display: XGA graphic or better
*Willingness to work on projects and challenges outside of club time
Parents can contact MAGIC to discuss laptop requirements or availability of loaner machines for the club meetings.
Cyber Club meets the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month and will be held at the Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library. The first meeting will be February 1, 2020 and will run through December 2020.
Current scheduled dates:
February 1, 2020 – Cancelled
February 15, 2020
March 7, 2020
March 21, 2020
April 4, 2020
April 18, 2020 (CTF009 competition day) We plan to send our club members as a team to compete.
May 2, 2020
May 16, 2020
*MAGIC reserves the right to cancel scheduled meetings. If we cancel a meeting, we will post the cancellation on this page, so check here for updated information on our schedule.
For additional information and questions, contact Kim Samuelson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Code of Conduct
*MAGIC expects our students behavior to be respectful and focused during our club meetings. We respect everyone’s right to learn in a stable environment and disruptions from fellow club members will not be tolerated. Be aware of the following behavior guidelines:
- Respect each club member’s right to learn
- Be respectful of our volunteers. They are taking their free time to mentor you.
- Make an honest attempt to participate and learn.
- Never use offensive or objectionable language.
MAGIC prescribes to a 2 warning system. After a 2nd disruption, the student may be ask to leave the club.
Thank you to Wal-Mart Community Grants for sponsoring the Cyber Club.