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Phish and Chips Cybersecurity Club

I am excited to introduce you to Phish and Chips, a new and dynamic cybersecurity club at Augusta Technical College. As passionate advocates of cybersecurity, I am reaching out to invite you to join our club and be a part of an incredible journey in the world of digital defense. At Phish and Chips, we aim to create a community of like-minded individuals who share a common interest in cyber security. Our club provides a platform for networking, skill-building, and engaging in exciting cyber security competitions. We firmly believe that by coming together, we can make a significant impact in enhancing our knowledge and expertise in this rapidly evolving field. To kick-start our journey, we are organizing an important meeting to discuss and finalize the details of our club bylaws. This meeting will provide an opportunity for all interested individuals to contribute their ideas, establish club goals, and define the roadmap for our future activities. We encourage you to attend this meeting and have your voice heard as we shape the foundation of our club.

Meeting Details: Date: June 9th @ 10:00 AM in Room 3420 at GCC

Joining Phish and Chips Cyber Security Club offers numerous benefits, including:

           1. Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow cybersecurity enthusiasts, professionals, and experts, fostering valuable connections and potential career opportunities.

           2. Resume Building: Participate in club activities, workshops, and projects, allowing you to enhance your resume and demonstrate practical skills to future employers.

           3. Skill Development: Engage in hands-on activities, practical training sessions, and discussions on cutting-edge cybersecurity topics, enabling you to expand your technical knowledge and abilities.

           4. Cyber Security Competitions: Take part in thrilling cybersecurity competitions, both within the club and externally, where you can apply your skills and showcase your expertise.

We strongly believe that Phish and Chips will not only be a platform for personal and professional growth but also a community where members support and learn from each other. To confirm your attendance at the upcoming meeting or to express your interest in joining Phish and Chips, please RSVP by June 8th by emailing Mr. Edmondson at

Should you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are here to address any queries and provide additional details. We look forward to meeting you at the upcoming meeting and welcoming you to the Phish and Chips Cyber Security Club. Together, let's explore the fascinating world of cyber security and make a difference!


Meeting Outline: Phish and Chips Club Meeting


Date: June 9th, 2023

Time: 10:00 am

Location: Room 3420, Georgia Cyber Center


        1. Welcome and Introduction (10 minutes)

                    a. Opening remarks

                    b. Introduction of the agenda

                    c. Brief overview of the club's purpose and goals

         2. Future Meeting Dates (5 minutes)

                    a. Discuss and confirm upcoming meeting dates for the next quarter/semester

                    b. Consider any potential conflicts or holidays

          3. Member Introductions (15 minutes)

                    a. Allow each member to introduce themselves briefly

                    b. Share their background, interests, and why they joined the club

          4. Selection of Club Roles (20 minutes)

                    a. Present available club roles and their responsibilities

                   b. Invite members to express their interest in specific roles

                    c. Discuss and assign roles based on member preferences and skills

                    d. Ensure essential positions, such as president, secretary, treasurer, etc., are filled

          5. Club Bylaws (15 minutes)

                    a. Review and discuss the club's bylaws

                    b. Address any questions or concerns raised by members

                    c. Allow for suggestions or revisions to the bylaws, if necessary

                    d. Take a vote to approve the bylaws or any proposed changes

          6. CyberForce Competition (10 minutes)

                    a. Provide an overview of the CyberForce Competition

                    b. Discuss any updates, deadlines, or requirements for participation

                    c. Encourage members to form teams or express their interest in participating

                    d. Share any resources or training opportunities available for preparation

          7. NCAE Competition (10 minutes)

                    a. Discuss the National Cybersecurity Awareness and Education (NCAE) Competition

                    b. Inform members about the competition details, categories, and registration process

                    c. Encourage members to consider participating individually or as a team

                    d. Share any relevant information or resources for preparation

          8. NCL Summer Camps for Next Year (10 minutes)

                    a. Provide information about the National Cyber League (NCL) Summer Camps

                    b. Discuss the benefits of attending the camps and the application process

                    c. Encourage interested members to explore the opportunity and ask questions

                    d. Share any personal experiences or testimonials from previous attendees

          9. Recruitment (10 minutes)

                    a. Discuss the importance of recruitment for the club's growth and success

                    b. Brainstorm ideas for recruitment strategies, both on-campus and online

                    c. Assign tasks to members for specific recruitment activities

                    d. Set goals and targets for increasing club membership

          10. Open Discussion and Closing Remarks (10 minutes)

                    a. Allow members to raise any additional topics or concerns

                    b. Address any outstanding questions or suggestions

                    c. Summarize key decisions and action items from the meeting

                    d. Thank everyone for their participation and adjourn the meeting

Note: The time allotted for each agenda item is a suggestion and can be adjusted based on the needs of the discussion.


National Cyber League (NCL)


The National Cyber League (NCL) is the most inclusive, performance-based, learning-centered collegiate cybersecurity competition today!
The NCL, powered by Cyber Skyline, enables students to prepare and test themselves against practical cybersecurity challenges that they will likely face in the workforce, such as identifying hackers from forensic data, pentesting and auditing vulnerable websites, recovering from ransomware attacks, and much more!

NCL Fall 2023 Season Schedule 

Registration Opens: August 21 - October 6

(Late registration is from October 7 until October 10)

Gym Open: August 21 - December 15

Practice Game: October 9 - October 15

Individual Game: October 20-22

Team Game: November 3-5

Go to National Cyber League for info about the competition. 

The National Cyber League Logo composed of a red, shield outline with the letters 'N', 'C', and 'L' in red font centered across the bottom half. An image of a gray circuit board with blue components and connectors is behind the text, inside the shield outline with white cutouts of two people facing each other at the top. The words 'The National' are stacked on top of each other to the right in blue, capitalized letters with the words 'Cyber League' stacked on top of each other in red capitalized letters below.