Today everyone will log into the LifeJourney website and start to discover possible jobs in the field of cyber-security. Please go to the website listed below, and use the Class Code below to sign-up.
This is a website sponsored by the NSA to help students learn about possible future careers there. You can sign in anytime and complete the levels on your own, outside class. You will participate in the NSA Day Of Cyber. The NSA Day of CYBER is a free online program that allows students to experience a day in the life of the nation's top cyber-security experts - in just a short amount of time.
LifeJourney™ is an online career simulation experience that empowers students and individuals to test-drive future career opportunities relating to STEM and gain exposure to the skills they'll need to achieve the future they want.
GO TO WEBSITE: https://prod.lifejourney.us
CLICK ON "SIGN UP"
ENTER YOUR ROLE: STUDENT
ENTER YOUR CCS EMAIL: (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ENTER THE CLASS CODE: k1j9rar
Have fun with this program, and use the rest of your time to work on anything you owe me for class. If you are really excited by the career possibilities, or the skills to investigate at the NSA, check out the CRYPTO CHALLENGE at http://cryptochallenge.io/
The GRADED ACTIVITIES for this lesson are:
1. Click the link to your RESUME at the end of the online lesson. Download it to your computer, and upload it to your Google Drive. Make sure it goes into your "CEW Evidence 515" folder. Make sure you SHARE this with Mr. Scribner (email@example.com) for credit.
2. Click the following link to see a copy of the lesson worksheet online:
3. Once you are logged into your Google Account, click FILE, MAKE A COPY on the lesson worksheet. Revise the NAME of the worksheet to include your last name and the period you have the CS&A class. Complete the worksheet with full paragraph answers. You should use the R.A.C.E.S. Method (Repeat the Question, Answer the Question, Cite your Evidence/Examples, Explain your Evidence/Examples, Summarize your Closing Sentence.) Make sure you SHARE this with Mr. Scribner (firstname.lastname@example.org) for credit.