Cyberjutsu News Women's Society of Cyberjutsu News Quarter 1 Jan - Mar
Welcome Baltimore and NYC Chapters
Lets welcome the Baltimore chapter, lead byCourtney Lancaster(2015 Cyberjutsu Award winner) and the NYC chapter lead byPamela Dean. Both locations are looking for volunteers, training space, and instructors. Chapter websites coming soon!
Interested in starting a chapter in your location? Visit ourchapter page.
Volunteer with WSC and be apart of History!
As WSC expands so does programming. Currently, WSC offers various training for women as well as workshops and outreach for girls and we need your help. Join an ever growing volunteer family and learn first how how things operate behind the scene. Current opportunities:
If you want to keep in touch, check out one of the many Cyberjutsu forums! There's something for everyone, from "Hiring Events" to "Need to Vent" and we can add new categories as needed. Everyone will be automatically added to the General Topics forum.
Calling Intelligence Analysts who are women! New CBS 8-episode series"Hunted"(produced byEndemol Shineis looking for women tobe apart of a taskforce of experts in tracking and locating people, and specifically for people with cyber and intelligence backgrounds for a senior role on the show. This is a paying opportunity for those selected. If interested or for more info firstname.lastname@example.orgASAP.
USA Science and Engineering Festivalis back for 2016 and WSC is looking for volunteers to help work the booth. This 2 day event with a sneak peak on Friday April 15th, is a national grassroots event that celebrates STEM and inspires the next generation of scientists and engineers.Register today!
Do you blog? WSC does and we are looking for a few good bloggers to help us out. Everyone has a topic of interest or something to contribute to the world, so lets do it through WSC. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Founded in 2012, the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) is a 501(c)3 International nonprofit commumity, focused on empowering women to succeed in the cybersecurity industry. WSC’s mission is to advance women in cybersecurity careers by providing programs and partnerships that promote networking, education, training, mentoring, resource-sharing and other professional opportunities.