Black Girls in Cyber (BSiC) is offering young women of color the opportunity to apply here for their mentorship program. Submit your application by February 14th! A non-profit organization focused on mentoring young women of color and helping them transition into entry-level cybersecurity, STEM, and security careers, BSiC is an incredible group working to increase … Continue reading MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Black Girls in Cyber
Lines and lines of girls in neon shirts sway with their arms around each other as the echoes of off-key, out of tune singing fill the room. The tempo of the song progressively gets quicker and quicker until each girl can barely get the lyrics out fast enough, and even if they manage that, what … Continue reading Girls State – The Best State in the Land!
You may have thought after Ted Cruz's infamous trip to Mexico while his state was amidst power blackouts in the dead of winter, he'd have learned to be a little more conscious of his actions and words. Nope, you thought wrong. Last week, Cruz replied on Twitter to a video comparing an ad for the … Continue reading Diversity in the military is “emasculating”?
Recently, I started a new job with the Judicial Youth Corps. Although it was originally supposed to be an in-person job in which I would intern at a courthouse in my city, thanks to COVID-19, it got moved entirely onto Zoom (thanks, corona!). However, my wonderful boss was able to adapt and make the online … Continue reading Don’t Count Yourself Out