The nation will require approximately one million more science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals than what will be produced at current rates over the next decade.” – President’s Council of Advisors on Science & Technology February 2012 report to the President


Week-long student immersion into the world of cyber space

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Project-Driven Curricula

Multi-disciplinary, vertically integrated cyber curricula for the nation

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Professional Development

Empowerment/train-the-trainer model focused on teacher development

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Technology Resources

Support project-driven learning and student engagement using technology in the classroom

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Building networks with K-12, university, and community partners

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Regional and national opportunities for students to apply skills from NICERC curricula

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The Cyber Innovation Center Helps Learning Take Flight in California

The Cyber Innovation Center’s National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center (NICERC) partnered with California State University at San Bernardino, and Girls Scouts of San Gorgonio to bring a collaborative STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and cyber experience to middle and high school girls from the San Bernardino area. “Cyber Pathways” was designed to show 300 female students and underrepresented minorities the numerous possibilities in the fields of engineering and cyber security. The event’s focus on females was to help increase the number of women pursuing science-related fields, including cyber security. Read More…