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One Hour Zoom hosted lectures/presentations given by our MENTORS
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Stage One 1Hr Mentor
StageOne is a space education program designed by students for students. StageOne’s mission is to teach young space enthusiasts about unconventional but important subjects within the field of space science. Our varied and focused curriculum provides an in-depth look at topics ranging from rocket and rover engineering to astrobiology and the futurology of space exploration. During lessons, instructors cover complex material in an accessible way, ask questions that force students to make determinations about the ethics of space exploration, and direct students towards resources that encourage habitual learning. StageOne is now partnering with The Mentor Project to promote space education around the world and help propel young students towards potential future careers in space related industries.
The Mentor Project - Ventilators to Africa
Meet the team bringing hundreds of ventilators to Africa. This team is larger than the group you are seeing tonight, but these individuals will share with you the efforts needed to bring desperately needed medical equipment to save lives during and after COVID.
Cybersecurity Basics with Cybersecurity Expert Patrick Kelley. Patrick talks about all things we should be aware of on our internet connections, video cameras, airbnb safety, stalking and much more. Are you safe when you travel? Are your kids safe when using social media? How secure is your internet connection? Can people find out where you are or where your kids are based on their internet use? Patrick Kelley is an Information Security veteran with 20 years of experience in the field with a focus on defensive security at scale. He is founder of Critical Path Security and an ongoing cybersecurity expert for 11Alive and NBC news. Learn more about The Mentor Project at www.mentorproject.org Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thementorproject Find us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/27238493 If you enjoyed this video and would like to support more like it, please consider supporting The Mentor Project https://www.mentorproject.org/donate
BRIC - Bill Cheswick
Dr. Susan Birne-Stone interviews Bill Cheswick about innovation for BRIC television. Bill Cheswick logged into his first computer in 1968. He joined the ARPAnet and then Bell Labs in the 1980s. He co-created and patented the first DNS proxy and co-authored Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker. Bill has earned more than a dozen patents in visualization and authentication. Now "retired", he is an inspiring Mentor with The Mentor Project. Learn more about The Mentor Project at www.mentorproject.org Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thementorproject Find us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/27238493
BRIC - Bob Cousins - Innovation
Dr. Susan Birne-Stone interviews Bob Cousins about innovation for BRIC television. When was the last time you used a credit card to make a purchase online? Thank Bob! He patented how credit cards are used in virtual situations (online). Bob Cousins has worked with startups in both energy and computing for more than 35 years. Bob has served as CTO and/or Engineering VP of multiple technology companies from New York to California. He is an inventor and technologist, holding over twenty patents in diverse areas including filesystem design, data storage and security, high frequency RADAR, imaging and medical instrumentation, and virtual credit cards. He has also written two novels, Pipov and Miller's Trials. Learn more about The Mentor Project at www.mentorproject.org Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thementorproject Find us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/27238493