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                  CYBER GURUS


Any student from any high school can sign up.

New Mexico ONLY!

Students from these types of schools may be eligible for a free laptop.

Laptops are limited!

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Home School


ONLINE  Mar 6, 2024, 3:00 PM MST –  Apr 10, 2024, 3:00 PM MDT  

Are you ready to unlock the secrets of the digital world and become a cyber-sleuth extraordinaire? Our cybersecurity classes are your passport to an exciting realm where you'll learn to navigate the digital landscape like a pro.


Dive deep into the world of cybersecurity and discover the tools and techniques used to protect against hackers, safeguard sensitive information, and keep the digital world safe for all. Whether you're a tech whiz or just starting to dip your toes into the world of coding, our classes offer hands-on learning experiences, expert guidance, and the chance to develop skills that will set you apart in our increasingly connected society. So, gear up, grab your virtual magnifying glass, and join us on an epic journey into the thrilling world of cybersecurity!

The Cyber Gurus club is designed to teach 11th and 12th graders about cybersecurity and online safety. The first workshop focuses on virus and malware protection.


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Instructor - David Sheidlower



Students in Class

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  • Students MUST live in New Mexico and be able to pick up the laptop at Explora.

  • Eligible students must enroll and take the course.

  • Only ONE laptop is given per family.

  • Students must be in 11th or 12th grade.

  • Students must attend a Title 1 school, live on a pueblo or live in a zip code designated as low income.

  • Eligible students will be notified where to pick up the laptop.



Students must show proof of enrollment in school OR proof of residence. 


Here are five common forms of proof of school enrollment:

  • School ID card

  • Official enrollment Letter

  • Class schedule that includes the student's name, the names of enrolled courses, and the dates of the academic term.

  • Letter from school.


Here are examples of documents that can serve as proof of address:

  • Utility Bills: Gas, electricity, water, or landline telephone bills with the account holder's name and current address.

  • Driver's License or State ID: A valid driver's license or state identification card that displays the individual's residential address.

  • Cell Phone Bill: A mobile phone bill that includes the account holder's name and address.


 It is important for students communicate any challenges they face in completing the course.  This is not school and there are no grades, so if you need help, please speak up!  Your classmates or instructor will help you.

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