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Daryl Hulce, FBI-SOS Talks About Safe Online Surfing!

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Daryl Hulce is co-creator of the FBI-SOS (Safe Online Surfing) program which was developed in partnership with the Miami FBI Crimes Against Children Unit. As the founder of the Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation at Nova Southeastern University’s Fischler School of Education and Human Services, he has designed and implemented innovative academic, scholarship and awareness programs geared toward educating and rewarding students of all ages.


National Cyber Security Awareness Month is October and we would like to offer for an interview Daryl Hulce who is the program administrator for the FBI-SOS (Safe Online Surfing) Internet Challenge. (www.FBI-SOS.org)


The FBI Initiative is a free educational program geared towards educating students in Grades 3-8. The teaching process is an online scavenger hunt with quizzes. Schools register each month to participate and the winning school in each grade receives a national award presented at the school by a FBI Special Agent. The program is currently being used by schools in 41 states and Daryl is traveling frequently to many cities across the country and presenting the program with local FBI division staff to educators.


1- that FBI is proactively working to educate students on the internet
2- how the program was started (it was developed by the Miami FBI office in conjunction w/Nova Southeastern Univ)
3- what makes it unique -- the teaching process using the internet to learn about safety on the internet
4- this program does meet the Federal and State Mandates for internet education
5- It is a FREE program - how do i find out if my child's school is participating... tune in to hear about the other 5 tips on the CHWR show!