Project 4187 was conceptualized in 2018, by Kathleen Alcorn, upon listening to a keynote speaker at the Global Cyber Security Initiative (GCSI) annual conference in Chicago. The keynote spoke in depth about the hacking of infrastructures and has given invaluable feedback to the premise of Project 4187.
Project 4187 is a global approach to STE/A/M learning to establish the state of Illinois as a central and logistical core hub of emerging talent to support emerging technologies for government systems and agencies.
The premise of Project 4187, is to address a series of
Focus age is students in junior high and high school, who may not otherwise be given opportunities to exceed and excel. Such students may be in underserved rural or economically depressed areas, or they may be lacking of a foundation for a positive familial support system, However, Project 4187 is open to all students with a drive and ambition to become a global leader and advocate in the future of using technology to make this world a better place.
Students will be given an opportunity to take collegiate level
Those students will then become peer mentors for the next round of students coming through the program. They will also become teachers (guided by the class instructors) to new students
Project 4187 is a leadership program to establish a
Please contact Kathleen Alcorn at firstname.lastname@example.org for the white paper and more information.