Cyber Empowerment

NJ Child Assault Prevention’s newest program, Cyber Empowerment is now offering a student session which delves into the cyber world of today’s youth. The workshops explore how some electronic communications are opportunities for bullying, bias crimes and violence among students. This workshop was created in collaboration with Rowan University Education Students. This Cyber Empowerment Session provides 6th-8th grade students with an understanding of cyber activity while teaching them realistic ways to help keep their own rights and guard the rights of others. Schools eligle to implement this program must first have the Child Assault Prevention Program (CAP).

Workshop Content:

  • Group Activities
  • Definitions
  • Social Networking
  • Gaming
  • Sexting
  • Group Discussions
  • PowerPoint
  • Video
NJ CAP is located at the Educational Resource Center, and is a RTC of the International Center for Assault Prevention. It partners with state, national and worldwide prevention advocates.