More than any of us, teenagers are on the front lines of the risks and the rewards of an online world.
Their passion for tech, games and other online activities make parents worry, but we should remember
that their passion is also a primer for learning, training and possibly a high-paying career down the
What can you do to tap into their online lives? You can give them the right tools to learn cybersecurity skills and explore the cool things that can be done with technology!
Turn their love for video games into a career pathway!
Instead of pulling teens away from what they enjoy, the CyberWarrior Academy afterschool program
channels that passion and helps to uncover if a High-Tech career is on the horizon! There are
3,500,000 open Cybersecurity jobs across the globe and Cybersecurity leaders make over $1,000,000
USD per year. As the saying goes, “if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life!”.
CyberWarrior Academy is the bridge.
Kickstart your teenager’s journey to discovering the technology industry, and develop a passion for tech at a young age. The long-term benefits are immeasurable.
What will students learn?
Cybersecurity – Programming – Live – Interactive – Fun – Designed for Teenagers!
Cryptography is for Everyone
The Language of Hackers
If you have seen a spy or war movie, you have seen cryptography. It is everywhere in our
day-to-day digital lives. It is also a fundamental piece of cybersecurity. In this session
you will get your hands dirty with the history of cryptography as well as the use of cryptography
in the modern, cyber world. Even parents would love this interactive learning experience. Teens
will have a blast!
A Foundation to Learn Programming and Cybersecurity
Python is a programming language that is rooted in Cybersecurity
training. If you want a career in cybersecurity or simply want to learn how to hack into games, then
this session is a must. It is fun and interactive.
A Fun Way to Build Foundational Skills in Cybersecurity
You love gaming. You spend hours gaming. Sometimes you win but usually you lose. Through this
session you will learn how to hack games and also how they are protected. And when you do, you will
be a hero among your gaming friends and at the same time, learn cybersecurity skills.
How Gaming, Math, and Cybersecurity are all connected
If you know how to hack a website or a video game, you are on your way to learning now to prevent
hacking and potential cyber threats. This session makes it fun to learn things like math, variables,
and more foundational cyber skills. Through hands-on programming, web applications, and hacking
concepts, you will learn what being a cyber expert is all about!
Our company was founded as a vehicle to drive social impact and economic empowerment. We deliver
on that vision by investing our corporate resources into social enterprises that increase opportunity
and economic mobility for people of all backgrounds via training, mentorship, and technology.
– Reinier Moquete CEO, CyberWarrior
Learn more about our social impact at CyberWarrior.com/About. The CyberWarrior team has a long and
well documented history of empowering youth via STEM education programs. This passion is born out
of our own life experiences and commitment to paying it forward. We fulfill this mission via
CyberWarrior Foundation, a 501c3 certified non-profit that provides free Cybersecurity career
training and educational resources to both youth and adults.
If you buy one or more of our classes today, you are already helping us provide education to
underserved and at-risk populations. But if you don’t buy a class or program, you can still help.
Please contribute today and help us protect the country and world from cyber-attacks while also
helping provide enrichment opportunities to youth who have historically been left on the economic
sidelines. Thank you!
CyberWarrior Academy better understands in-demand skills than legacy training organizations – we are the
industry. We have the credibility when talking to employers and Cybersecurity leaders, agility and the human capital to be
current and relevant. As practitioners, we live the realities and challenges of protecting customers’ data and infrastructure.