Mesa, Arizona (PRWEB) September 26, 2017 -- Black Hat Security, Arizona-based home security provider has announced that they will be offering their first ever official academic scholarship. The Scholarship, dubbed the SafeGirl Tech Scholarship aims to encourage more girls to pursue higher education in the field of Technology.
“Statistically, crimes against women are still lopsided compared to crimes against men. This disturbs us. Black Hat Security believes that the feminine perspective is paramount to securing women against both cyber and physical crime. Perhaps this small scholarship will introduce the question of security to a budding tech superstar.”-Mark Mabry, Partner Black Hat Security
The winner of the $500 award will be announced on December 16th 2017. Applications are open to all female students currently enrolled in a degree in technology as well as high school seniors who are expecting to be enrolled in a technology program at an accredited Arizona college or Arizona university in the coming year.
Submissions are being accepted via email or mail
Black Hat Security 165 W Iron Ave, Mesa, AZ 85210
Further details about the scholarship can be found at https://blackhatsecurity.com/home-security-scholarship/
Black Hat Security is Arizona’s fastest growing home security provider and has been involved in several non-profit and humanitarian aid projects such as Operation Underground Railroad. Black Hat Security is also involved in cyber security research to help parents look out for their kids online.
Andrew Jang, Black Hat Security, https://blackhatsecurity.com/home-security-scholarship/, +1 480-830-4428, [email protected]