August 12, 2021

Episode 183

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Tina Boyle Whyte is passionate about creating opportunities for students to expand their future. As a first generation college graduate and a woman of color she understands the importance of providing high level courses, like Computer Science, to a more diverse population. Learn how her organization CSforALL has partnered with JROTC programs across the nation to help create a foundation for students to succeed in our every changing world.

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Tina is a faculty member at Marquette University in the Computer Science Department. Most recently, she implemented the Computer Science Pathway to include AP Computer Science Principles in her recent assignment at West Allis Central High School in West Allis, Wisconsin.

Tina serves as a facilitator with Code.org, BJC (Beauty and Joy of Computing), and SCRIPT Strategic CSforALL Implementation Planning Tool a CSforALL implementation tool. She was named Computer Science Ambassador for the CSforALL Teachers community where she provided insight and guidance for the development of CS teachers in the Exploring Computer Science Curriculum.

Tina serves as the Project Director for the JROTC-CS Demonstration Project. She brings a unique perspective to the JROTC-CS project with 30 years in the United States Air Force Reserves and 23 years in education with an emphasis in Business and Computer Science.

She is excited to serve in the capacity as the Project Director doing what she loves: the military and computer science. Tina is passionate and committed to developing the K - Industry pipeline opportunity for diverse and underrepresented communities.



-CSforAll: @CSforAllorg

-HQ AFJROTC's Facebook:  @HQ-AF-Junior-ROTC

-Four OK-81st AFJROTC Cadets are currently earning their FAA Private Pilot Certificates at OSU's Cowboy Flight Academy. 

-AFA's StellarXplorers

-AFA's Cyberpatriot


AFJROTC CSforAll Partnership:


News article:


Through CSforAll, the SANS Institute provided our cadets tokens to continue their learning using Cyberstart in the summer of 2020.  


Cyberstart America:  https://www.cyberstartamerica.org/  "Discover your hidden talent and start your cybersecurity learning journey with CyberStart America. A free national program for high school students to master cybersecurity as a gateway to the industry and to up their digital skills."


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