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The NSA Day Of Cyber is a national initiative designed to raise the National IQ for STEM and Cyber Science careers by inspiring the next generation of students through a self guided interactive, online cybersecurity awareness experience called LifeJourney.

The fully automated online experience enables students to test-drive their future by living a day in the life of six NSA Cyber leaders.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the NSA Day of Cyber?

The National Security Agency (NSA) is sponsoring a national initiative called the NSA Day of Cyber, designed using the LifeJourney™ platform to raise the National IQ for STEM and Cyber Science. The program introduces and inspires all middle school, high school and college students to pursue STEM careers and build the skills that will open up their future and connect them to the in-demand digital workforce.

Is the NSA Day of Cyber just one day?

No, it can be run anytime throughout the year.

Why should students participate?

The NSA Day of Cyber is a powerful and exciting way for students to see and experience the benefit of following a cyber and STEM education pathway. By experiencing the NSA Day of Cyber, students will be more prepared to make decisions for their future.

Is there a cost to participate?

No, the NSA Day of Cyber is free for all students, teachers, schools and organizations.

Do I need training to run the NSA Day of Cyber?

No, the NSA LifeJourney Mentor guides users through the entire NSA Day of Cyber experience in a self-paced format.


Baltimore County Public Schools
Boys & Girls Club
Black Girls Code
Cyber Innovation Center
Carnegie Mellon
Coppin State University
Computer Science Teachers Association
Baltimore City Public Schools
MOST Network
Maryland State Dept of Education
National Cyber Watch
Prince George Comm College
National Summer Learning Association
Virginia Department of Education
Loyola Blakefield
John Carrol
ONE Baltimore
NOVA College
Merit Networks
Association for Career and Technical Education
Teach For America
American School Counselor Association
Armstrong University
National Urban League
Texas Girls Collaborative Project
Midwest Cyber Center of Excellence
US Cyber Challenge

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