Hacker Highschool (HHS) started in 2003 as a means of teaching teens problem solving, resourcefulness, and empathy through hacking. The Institute for Security and Open Methodologies (ISECOM) created this project to use hands-on, challenging exercises for teens to learn cybersafety and can grow with the curriculum into the professional cybersecurity field.
The Hacker Highschool project team is an international volunteer team of security professionals, hackers, writers, teachers, and teen ambassadors who bring these lessons to life, present at a variety of events, and provide workshops for schools. As an open source project our doors are open to volunteers who want to help as speakers, writers, and ambassadors in your area. Do contact us if you want to participate.