Programs enable youth to be up to date in the ever-changing technology world as well as to adjust and adapt technology as part of their life style and potential careers.
Club members learn how to use various Microsoft software programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, and Digital Image Pro through animated lessons and instructor-led group activities. Participants also learn about hardware identification and installation, networking and technology-related careers.
Students learn the skills and hands-on experience in the technology field of cyber defense. Students learn to defend and prevent intrusions of computers, networks, and information systems.
Previously known as Hack-A-Thons, code events give students the insights of professional mentors and industry leaders in how to design and implement STEM practices such as 3D printing, Oculus, web design, cyber defense and electronic builds.