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GenCyber Camp…

St. Philip's College completed its first GenCyber Camp season June 12-16 and June 19-23.
GenCyber Camp

GenCyber Camp

St. Philp’s College completed its first Gencyber Camp season June 12-16 and June 19-23. The new-for-2017 summer cybersecurity camp with National Security Agency-approved curriculum for both middle-to-high school students and teachers was completely full with camp enrollment quickly limited to a waiting list. All camp attendees learned about network security, configuration of security settings, cyberbullying and programming. When Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed Texas State Bill 179 commonly known as David's Law into law June 9---72 hours before the opening of the camp---camp faculty invited a guest speaker who has become a subject matter expert in cyberbully prevention over the last 18 months. David's Law is named in honor of David Molak, a 16-year-old from Alamo Heights who took his own life after encountering extensive cyber-assisted bullying in January of 2016, and addressed a need for Texas laws to keep pace with evolving technology. The bill requires public schools to establish methods for students to anonymously report cyberbullying. School administrators would have 24 hours to report the bullying to the victim’s parents, followed by a report to the bully’s parents. On June 14, Matthew Molack, father of David Molack, visited with camp attendees to share his experience and news about one of the most topical cybersecurity-related bills of 2017. In an aspiration to end cyberbullying through partnerships with school districts, law enforcement and teens, the St. Philp’s College visit was one of the first in foundation and Malak parent efforts to promote awareness of the law.


  • SPC Culinary Arts Students Prepare a Thanksgiving Fest for the St. Peter-St. Joseph Children's Home

    St. Philip’s College observes a unique 12th anniversary of giving back next week when 60 culinary arts and restaurant management students prepare a tasty Thanksgiving feast for formerly abused, neglected, abandoned and homeless children on the campus of St. Peter-St. Joseph Children's Home at 919 Mission Road. Read More >
  • SPC Hosts an International Economic Development Program in 2018

    St. Philip's College announced this week that in 2018 the college hosts an international economic development program led by hospitality professions schools in countries of the Western Hemisphere where gastronomy is an economic engine. Read More >
  • 2017 Pecan Jubilee Festival

    All are welcome to join St. Philip's College hospitality students during the tasty day of music, fun and food in Floresville that is the 2017 Pecan Jubilee festival hosted by the San Antonio River Authority this weekend. Read More >
  • 2017 Texas Regional Ethics Bowl

    St. Philip's College students passed a test of moral wisdom when their team completed the three-round 2017 Texas Regional Ethics Bowl Nov. 11 in the Albert B. Alkek Business Building of the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University. Read More >
  • Accelerate TEXAS Week at SPC

    The St. Philip’s College Southwest Campus is host site of a unique celebration of student success tomorrow---an information session where people can enroll while visiting one campus of a free Alamo Colleges District program that helps Adult Basic Education students succeed in college. Read More >