Security talk at NYU cSplash

This weekend I gave a turbo-talk at NYU's Courant Splash!. cSplash is a math and science festival for high school students. I arrived at the event a bit early and spent some time talking to past teachers. I was really interested in whether the students were receptive of some of the advanced topics given in math and science. I had never given a presentation to high school students so I wasn't sure if they'd participate. As it turns out, some of the students signed up for the festival themselves, as opposed to my miss-conception that their respective school had registered them. (I wish I was that motivated in high school.)
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Interviewing for Information Security Internships

I'm a CyberSecurity undergraduate part of a great program called the U. S. CyberCorps Scholarship for Service. The program helps students studying in information assurance related fields with tuition aid and professional benefits, provided the student promises their expertise to aid the U. S. Federal Government. Recently (this week) the program held a job fair in Washington D. C. for the students. Over 40 agencies occupied booths at the fair/symposium. The main objective was to identify potential students and expose them to information security related positions. Even before I was selected for the program, I held a vested interest in information security. Likewise, I had some previous application/interviewing experience for information security related internships. I wanted to take some time and outline my experience, and perhaps create a quick bulleted list for those seeking assistance with finding similar internships.

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