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Black Girls CODE Cyber Event

Black Girls CODE is devoted to showing the world that black girls can code, and do so much more. By reaching out to the community through workshops and after school programs, Black Girls CODE introduces computer coding lessons to young girls from underrepresented communities.

Capitol Technology is proud to collaborate with Black Girls CODE, in support of their mission,  to offer a window into cybersecurity and expose young girls to the education and career opportunities that await them in the future. The events are free and open to members of Black Girls CODE with an interest We are proud to help advance the mission of Black Girls CODE and look forward to seeing your on Cyber Saturday!

Capitol Cyber Saturdays typically include challenges such as Cyber Laser Tag, Cyber Treasure Hunt, Virtual Lock Picking, and Capture the Flag. You'll not only have fun, but you'll learn cybersecurity skills along the way. Events also feature presentations from cybersecurity experts and professionals in the intelligence community.

Because of the outbreak of COVID-19 we are happy to conduct this event in a virtual environment (via ZOOM) until we can welcome you on campus. Please check your email for confirmation and links to participate. Contact cybersat@captechu.edu for more information.