The security ambassadors program will identify faculty from our workshops and the Build-a-Lab program who can acquire a leadership role in teaching with and disseminating the injection modules. These faculty – primarily from community colleges – will be encouraged to submit to conferences and hold workshops.
- Two faculty/year from community colleges will participate in the program
- A total stipend of $500 (spread over two years)
- Help (if needed) in developing conference posters, papers, and/or workshop proposals on secure coding
- Partial travel support for a regional conference to hold a secure coding workshop
Expectations of ambassadors:
- In Year 1 – the Security Ambassador will be expected to hold a secure coding workshop in their home institution
- In Year 2 – the Security Ambassador will be expected to hold a secure coding workshop/present paper at regional conference (with travel support)
- The Security Ambassadors will be expected to work on secure coding education in the future
To apply for the program it is required that faculty first participate in the Build-a-Lab program. Please contact the program PIs if you are interested in being an Security Ambassador.