Dear members,

The IEEE Student-Teacher and Research Engineer/Scientist (STAR) Program was
developed to address the growing concern that, at a young age, girls are
discouraged from careers in mathematics, science, and engineering.
This educational outreach program promotes involvement of IEEE members with
local junior high and high schools in order to create a positive image of engineering
careers.
Through a one-to-one interaction between society volunteers and a Student-Teacher
Team, STAR’s aim is to create a technical support network for teachers and a
mentoring program for students.
Kids nowadays are introduced from a very young age to Technology and internet,
they are left alone at home to play or study unmonitored. Kids lack
complete awareness of online safety and the potential risks involving
cyber attacks.
Over three in five children have access to the internet, and they  spend over 45 hours
per week online . As the internet becomes an inseparable part of childhood, there’s
no better time than now for us to adress this issue.

Your mission is to come up with the way to fulfill the challenge according to the guideline/Tips :

1. The program must be a session or a series of sessions, one or
multiple projects /workshops that can increase cyber security and
privacy awareness of kids
2. Participations that succeed to establish a sustainable program will get a bonus.
3. Participants present their program in a short video, minimun editing
is preferred.
4. Video is 4 minutes long Maximum.
5. This competition is eligible to IEEE WIE Tunisia Student Affinity
groups. Typically a team is composed of a team leader and a couple
or three participants (WIE student members).
6. Participants are invited to a Q&A session During TSYP.
7. Language: essentially English and some Arabic words are permitted.
8. Deadline December the 10th 23:59:00 ( not extendable).