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COVID-19 Safety Protocols

NCyTE is actively monitoring the continually evolving situation related to COVID 19, and following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) in our decision-making process. The health and safety of our Summit attendees, staff, and hosts are of paramount importance to us. Per current CDC guidance, NCyTE will be requiring all summit attendees, including those who are fully vaccinated, to wear masks for the duration of the event. We ask that guests also maintain social distancing whenever possible.

We understand that travelling during this time can have its challenges, and encourage you to reach out to the NCyTE team with any questions or concerns. You can reach an NCyTE team member by email at [email protected] or by phone at (360) 383-3175.

Please check this site periodically for updates and changes to our program.

 


 

Preventing Discrimination, Harassment, and Bullying:
Expectations for Participants in The Role of Community Colleges in Cybersecurity Education: Future Directions 2022 Summit

 

The Organizers of The Role of Community Colleges in Cybersecurity Education: Future Directions 2022 Summit are committed to the principles of diversity, integrity, civility, and respect in all of our activities. We look to you to be a partner in this commitment during your Summit participation by helping us to maintain a professional and cordial environment. All forms of discrimination, harassment, and creating a hostile environment or bullying are prohibited in any Summit activity. This commitment applies to all participants in all settings and locations in which Summit work and activities are conducted, including meals, receptions, focus groups, presentations, and other work and social functions where Summit participants, volunteers, sponsors, vendors, hotel employees or guests are present.

Relevant Definitions

Relevant definitions regarding discrimination, harassment, creating a hostile environment / bullying and related considerations are available upon request.

Reporting and Resolution

Any violation of this Summit policy should be reported. If you experience or witness discrimination, harassment, or bullying, please report the incident to Janice Walker, Senior Personnel/Special Projects Director for Cybersecurity Grants, Whatcom Community College (WCC); phone: 360.383.3282; email: [email protected]