JROTC-CS Media Round Up

It has been almost one year since CSforALL and partners announced a new initiative that could increase the number of U.S. high school students taking an Advanced Placement computer science course. See below for related and recent internal and external media coverage.

2019 CSforALL Summit, Salt Lake City, Utah

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2019 MEDIA COVERAGE

New Initiative Aims to Bring Computer Science & Cyber Education to Half a Million JROTC Youth

JROTC Cadets, JROTC-CS Sponsors and Board Members at the CSforALL 2019 Summit in Salt Lake City, Utah

Partnership to Bring JROTC Students More Computer Science Courses

(From left to right) Utah Military Academy Cadet Camille Kaiser, U.S. Air Force Junior ROTC Chief of Program Development Todd Taylor, Steve Karrick of Hill Air Force Base in Utah and CSforALL Teachers community member Tina Boyle Whyte discuss a new partnership between JROTC and CSforALL. Credit: Meg Hamel.

Air Force Junior ROTC Partners with CSforALL to Bring Computer Science, Cyber Education to Classrooms

Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from Utah Military Academy, Riverdale, Utah, were on hand for the 2019 CSforAll Summit in Salt Lake City, Oct. 21–23, 2019. At the summit, Air Force Junior ROTC and CSforAll announced a partnership on a pilot program to grow and diversify the technology workforce in computer science and cyber education. Through the partnership, students in grades K-12 will be able achieve computer science literacy as an integral part of their educational experience both in and out of school

2020 MEDIA COVERAGE

JROTC-CS: A Collaboration for Equity & Scale

30 Air Force Junior ROTC High Schools Gathered in the Nation’s Capitol to Kickoff the JROTC-CS Demonstration Project

30 Air Force Junior ROTC Schools Selected to Pilot New Initiative to Prepare the Next Generation of Computing and Cybersecurity Workers

JROTC-CS Demonstration Project Will Increase Opportunities in Computer Science and Cybersecurity for Air Force Junior ROTC Cadets and their Schools

Cyber Security Training Coming to Prattville

Cyber security training coming to Prattville

Newburgh Free Academy Selected to Attend Prestigious National Air Force Program

Newburgh Free Academy was selected to participate in the 2020 cohort of the JROTC-CS Demonstration Project. Out of 2200 schools in the United States, only 30 schools were accepted to be part of this national program.

Midlands School is the Only One in SC to Get an Air Force Cybersecurity Pilot Program

Columbia High School is one of 30 schools throughout the country selected for a military cybersecurity pilot program.

Truman JROTC Selected to Pilot New Initiative to Prepare the Next Generation of Computing and Cybersecurity Workers

Truman is one of 30 schools across the country to participate in this special program.

AHS Participating in JROTC Program to Increase Computer Science Training

Apollo High School is one of 30 schools across the country selected to pilot a new Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) initiative to prepare the next generation of computer science and cybersecurity professionals.

Aberdeen High School Selected for A.P. Computer Science Pilot Program

Aberdeen High School students will have the opportunity next fall to take advanced placement computer science classes, thanks to a partnership between Computer Science for ALL and the Air Force JROTC headquarters.

AHS Selected for CSforALL Workshop

Apollo High School is one of only 30 schools in the nation — and the only school in Kentucky — selected to send a team to the CSforALL workshop in Alexandria, Va., Feb. 26–28.

Muskogee High Selected for Pilot Program in Computer Science

Muskogee High School is one of 30 schools in the nation chosen for a pilot Junior Reserve Officers Training (JROTC) initiative to increase training in computer science and cybersecurity. 2 Works for You’s Gitzel Puente has more.

Bob Jones AFROTC Pioneers, Attends Computer Initiative in Alexandria

The national hub for the Computer Science for All movement, making high-quality computer science education an integral part of K-12 education in the US.