CyberSafety

CyberSafety

The CyberSafety program is offered to Washtenaw County elementary, middle and high school students and their parents and is designed to  teach them how to stay safe while using different technologies to access the internet.

94% of American teens regularly use the internet. While the internet adds a lot of value to their lives, it also presents some serious risks. Because of its expansive and ever-changing nature, it’s crucial to teach children, youth and their parents how to use the internet safely.

Want to schedule CyberSafety for your school or classroom? Just want to learn more about our CyberSafety program? Email cybersafety@washtenawchildren.org or call us at (734) 434-4215.

 

Thank you to our 2014 CyberSafety Program Funders:

Helen L. Kay Charitable Trust

James A. & Faith Knight Foundation

Kiwanis

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2013: 5,000 students, 63 peer mentors, and 214 parents and community members were trained in Cyber Safety.