Student Clubs, Activities And Awards
The objective of the S.O.C.K.S. project was to develop an awareness of water as a finite resource. The students have created interest in the areas of water conservation, water management and water quality control by creating web pages, videos, flyers and staging a county-wide contest for k-12 students. Our Gold winner was in the Historic Landmarks category and was about Fort Mose. Their project on Fort Mose told the story of the first ‘free’ African American settlement in the Americas. Contrary to popular belief, the first blacks did not come as slaves to the Americas.
We are a group of people who share a passion for software and hardware security. This club is mainly aimed at computer science and engineering majors, but anyone interested is welcomed to join. CS Connect is focused on fostering community engagement and providing networking opportunities. We want to encourage, motivate and inspire students who are interested in computer science to learn, connect and thrive through social and technical events. We are devoted to establishing an inclusive club for students of all backgrounds while creating a tight-knit community of coders.
NSBE, a 501 nonprofit organization founded in 1975, supports and promotes the aspirations of collegiate and pre-collegiate students and technical professionals in engineering and technology. NSBE offers its members leadership training, professional development activities, mentoring, career placement services, community service opportunities, and more. Because of the global reach of cyber crime, no single organization, agency, or country can defend against it. Want to meet Lumberjacks who share your interest in computers and information technology? Learn about career paths, meet people who work in the computer science field and participate in fun social events like pizza parties, movie nights, online gaming sessions and more.
As part of their classroom and extracurricular activities, students research information about their community, develop Web pages, and create a Web site for their town. Students work with others outside their school local businesses, community organizations, government offices to develop or encourage them to develop Web pages for their town’s Web site. Having students actually go to a computer club can be a bit of a challenge. ” I have an elevator speech that extols the fun we have building computers, fixing computers, learning about computer programming, and anything else students are interested in. Easily the most common follow-up question is, “Can you get rid of a virus?
When they aren’t busy preparing for competitions, the members of the Club prepare for security certification exams. This semester, they are helping each other prepare for the CompTIA Security+ Certification. Computer and Technology Club promotes a better understanding of computing and information technology through discussions, presentations and trips. They serve as an information network for anyone interested in the broad spectrum of technology, such as computers, information systems and the arts. They invite speakers from Ramapo’s faculty, as well industry to provide perspectives on the versatility of Computer Science and Information Systems/Technology.