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BNY Mellon’s “Be a Cyber Hero” Workshop for Girl Scouts Needs Volunteers

BNY Mellon will lead a Cybersecurity workshop, “Be A Cyber Hero” for Daisy, Brownie, & Junior Girl Scouts. Girls will learn how to stay safe online. They’ll also have fun using their investigative skills to uncover problems & find solutions. This workshop will provide the cybersecurity badge & fun facts about cybersecurity for all 3 age groups.
 
The event will be held on Saturday, December 8th from 10:00am to 1:00pm at the innovation center in downtown Pittsburgh.  RMU students with an interest or skills in cybersecurity are needed to help with a demo and workshop for the girl scouts.  If you are interested, please contact Lauren Rauscher at rauscher@rmu.edu as soon as possible.

BNY Mellon Presentation on March 30

Monday, March 30, 2015
Wheatley Center Critique Space

Schedule:
4:00 pm – 4:30 pm – Registration

4:15 pm – Pizza will arrive
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm –  BNY Mellon Presentation
5:30 pm – 5:45 pm –  Question and Answer period

At BNY Mellon, Client Technology Solutions (CTS) powers the tools that their employees use every day, secures their clients’ sensitive data, keeps the “lights on” when disaster strikes, and makes it possible to process more than $1.7 trillion per day. To provide institutions, corporations and high net worth individuals with their secure services, technology must be at the forefront of everything they do. At BNY Mellon, technology is more than a way to facilitate business – for them, it is their business.

Come out on Monday, March 30th, 2015 to learn about the infrastructure that keeps one of the world’s largest financial institutions running, and meet the expert professionals who create the innovative solutions to keep them at the forefront of this technology.  You’ll hear about their internships and full-time position available in the Enterprise Infrastructure Program, which is geared toward university students and recent graduates.

If you register at the registration table, you will be able to receive SET credit for attending BNY Mellon’s event.