Help Girls Build Cyber Skills to Secure the Future with Girls4Tech

Our world is changing faster than ever, and there has never been more opportunity for students to soar in STEM! As the 4th Industrial Revolution redefines life as we know it, students today are in a unique position to help build a better world for us all by harnessing the power of technological innovation. Girls4Tech, developed in partnership with Mastercard provides resources to equitably engage students in all learning environments with standards-aligned content celebrating the women innovating tech.

Explore the topics:

Digital Citizenship: As technology continues to impact every aspect of our society, people now have citizenship in both the physical and the digital world! Empower students to lean into digital innovation and online safety today to find balance and success tomorrow.

Cryptology: Unlock the mysteries of cybersecurity with the keys of encryption, a crucial component of all security technologies. Cultivate a new generation of codebreakers to keep our online communities safe, using the magic of mathematics.

Fraud Detection: To protect against hackers, it’s crucial to actively investigate and analyze digital clues. Show students that the simple power of pattern recognition is all it takes to solve cybercrimes and become a formidable Fraud Detective.

Cybersecurity: The virtual goldmine known as “Data” is attracting all kinds of cybercriminals looking to profit illegally from online information. Equip students with the tools they need to avoid data breaches and become the future’s digital defenders.

The Internet of Things: As the 4th Industrial Revolution redefines the connection between students’ physical and digital lives via the Internet of Things (IoT), the possibilities of harnessing data are out of this world. Discover how Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is driving a data explosion.

A.I. for Social Good: Cyber smarts can be used for so much more than just personal success! Empower tomorrow’s tech heroes to tackle our toughest and most complex social problems using game-changing advances in A.I. and data science.

Plus, educators can provide students with real-world examples of women excelling in cyber careers! Career profiles include a video interview with each cyber professional, a student evaluation where they can compare their interests to the skills needed for the job and a student activation to help them practice their STEM skills.

Find these resources and more at or in the K-12 Learning Platform on the Girls4Tech channel.