July 4 holiday closing

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Cyber club projects

Hello club members , as my inbox and notebooks get filled with ideas for projects and activities for the club. I want members inputs as well and want to know what project to set up for the fall and spring PROJECTS LIST:   Hackers LAN party:   Gaming party where Hacking and cheats are fair play . we host a game in a lab. or play for fun. we can log traffic and edit memory . WI-Fi Hacking: a little club fun with a hand full access points and password cracking and/or guessing.  National Cyber League fall/spring (NCL): this is a National competition with both solo and team games.  as a club I'll wish to field two teams of 3-4. any knowledge level welcome. there 3 phases , open gym, placement and main game. the team event is after the main game, team members must have play the main game.  National Collegiate  cyber defense competition (CCDC): here our big game. this competition is where we put our skill to the test. we can only field a team of 8 with 4 alt player against professional pen testers(red team) . Windows, Linux firewall , coding skill are needed for this event.  strong skills and dedication is a requirement but remember to laugh as well.   guest speakers/ trips:I'll try to get us a few guest speaker and trips in for the club: I'll be reaching out to contacts in the field to speak to the club, or get tour of companies .    remember  hack the planet   Club President Javi  


It's summer time for the college. for some of you, that means no class or studying. For the rest of us . use the time for improving skill and take extra class or two to finish our degrees. I recommend you seek out knowledge , Find those Flags,  lock down your box and laugh at the challenges coming up this fall for the cyber Security Club. I'll be working on some events and finding some good resources for the club.    Hack responsibly,   Javier Flores (Javi) 

Complete your Foreign Language Requirement

If you wait until you transfer to a 4-year university to knock that requirement out, you’ll end up shelling out a heap of cash. Why pay more? In addition, our World Languages instructors enjoy working with students one-on-one.    We offer Spanish, French, Mandarin Chinese and Arabic. Take our classes and your resume and your future “I-can-earn-more-money-speaking-two-languages” self will thank you for it.

Employer Visit: Madison Swim Academy

Please stop by the table in the Truax Cafe Atrium from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, May 7, 2018, to learn about exciting career opportunities. Emily will be available to tell you more and answer your questions.

First year ICAN Madison College Program helping area youth prosper

When the Irwin A. & Robert D. Goodman Sports Complex was still in its development stages, its use as a tool to help area youth in a positive manner was a necessity. Out of that concept was born the ICAN Madison College Program, which is flourishing in its first year.

WolfPack men's soccer eyeing next step with eight-member incoming class

Madison College men's soccer coach Cory Sims has announced his incoming Class of 2018 featuring eight student-athletes - four of which hail from the immediate Madison metro area - that could help push the WolfPack to new heights. The group includes Evan Bartz (Jefferson, WI), Ty Hurla (Topeka, KS), Saxon LaFlash (Madison, WI), Eder Lavariega (Walworth, WI), Jonas Luskey-Sanders (Madison, WI), Edgar Medina (Chicago, IL), Evan Thom (Madison, WI), and Ryan Traynor (McFarland, WI).

Six member Class of 2018 to help usher in new era of WolfPack volleyball

A six-member incoming class will help make up the first official roster for new Madison College volleyball head coach Jeff Thomas, who officially announced the signing class on Friday. The group is made up of Isabella Carrillo (Hartford, WI), Tabitha Harrington (Adams, WI), Kacee Kruczek (Green Bay, WI), Madisyn Robinson (Stoughton, WI), Tianna Sackett (West Salem, WI), and Caitlin West (Evansville, WI).

STUDY UP: WolfPack student-athletes complete impressive year in classroom

The 2017-18 athletic year was one of Madison College's most successful on the field of competition, but it also proved to be outstanding for the student-athlete accomplishments in the classroom.

TRYOUTS SET: Be a part of the WolfPack action

If you are interested in being a part of Madison College Intercollegiate Athletics, the following is a list of organizational meeting and tryout dates for the 2018-19 school year: