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Safeteensonline Inc

Every Teen to be Happy Confident and Future-Ready

aka SafeTeensOnline   |   NEWTOWN, PA   |  https://www.safeteensonline.org

Mission

Our mission is to educate young adults by creating awareness among themselves and in the community by their peers about Internet safety and providing tools and knowledge to enable to do more online safely and securely

Ruling year info

2018

President

Mrs. Rajani Sree

Board Advisor

Ms. Krupa Srinivas

Main address

2025 TROWBRIDGE DR

NEWTOWN, PA 18940 USA

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EIN

82-4145623

NTEE code info

Youth Development Programs (O50)

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Our programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Cybersecurity awareness and Cyber Career education

Our mission is to educate young adults about internet safety through peers, tools, and knowledge that enable them to use the internet safely and securely we build safe digital citizenship and give young adults the tools to adopt cybersecurity career paths. Safeteens Online aspires to achieve happy, Confident, and Future-ready teenagers where every child enjoys equal Rights to Protection, Development, and Participation

Population(s) Served
Adolescents
At-risk youth
Economically disadvantaged people
Victims and oppressed people

A global, youth-led peer-to-peer cyber safety initiative that educates teenagers on safe digital practices. We collect students’ technology and internet usage patterns, along with their attitudes, practices and familiarity around cyber safety topics. Using our proprietary models (which we will open source), we score their propensity to experience adverse cyber incidents. In addition, we learn about their experiences with negative cyber incidents, as we build safe spaces where students come together with educators, parents, healthcare providers and the larger community around the world to share their ideas and concerns to shape a better digital tomorrow.

Our Project most directly relates to Digital Safety as a right and way of life. Just as pool guidelines protect physical safety, we believe that spreading awareness about cyber safety protects students from the dangers of the internet, especially in a world where education has found a home online.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Students
Teachers
Researchers

ANALYSIS - 1. Cybersecurity Survey , 2. Results Analysis & Customize Curriculum, 3. Yearly assessments
IMPLEMENTATION - 1. On-Boarding , 2. Integrated curriculum rollout (monthly topics), 3. Curriculum contributions
FEEDBACK - 1. Schools touchpoint with SafeTeens Corporate (quarterly) , 2. Feedback on what's working
3. Areas of improvement.
RECOGNITION - 1. Top three deliverables featured globally (monthly), 2. School recognition ,3. Student certifications & awards



Population(s) Served

Cybersecurity Core Skills - Comm. and Networking, Network Communication , Cloud Computing
Protocols, Hardware, Network Hardware Components, Operating Systems (OS), Software
Software Updates , Prog ramming and Scripting

Cybersecurity as Career option - Post High-School Cybersecurity pathways, Job roles to Skill match
Diploma /advanced degree, Cybersecurity Careers, Vocational training , Open opportunities
Scholarships and Grants, Government programs, Nonprofit programs



Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Adolescents
Teachers
Children and youth
Adolescents
Teachers

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Our results

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Number of children who have access to education

This metric is no longer tracked.
Totals By Year
Population(s) Served

Adolescents, Preteens

Type of Metric

Output - describing our activities and reach

Direction of Success

Increasing

Context Notes

Cybersecurity awareness education

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SafeTeensOnline is a comprehensive solution that ranges from testing to a tailored program. It is evolving based on our fundamental belief that a student’s bill of rights includes access to knowledge around digital safety.

SafeTeensOnline goes beyond the common focus on cyberbullying. It helps build accessible physical and digital communities where it is safe to discuss topics like subpar decisions, lack of technical knowledge, and a vulnerable emotional space. It seeks to understand where and how students prefer to learn about these topics, as well as where students prefer to go when they are in trouble.It seeks to connect students to experts by recognizing that ensuring digital safety and student well being takes a village.

And since digital safety should be a fundamental right in our current world, the program aims to make it widely accessible through the open source model. This will allow the product to improve as it grows.

Cyber secuirty Clubs-
School Induction - Survey -Awareness level analysis
Customize program - Onboarding/ Identify champions/ Club/Class assignments/
Program Introduction - Monthly Programming - Intro to Cybersecurity/Importance of digital medium/ Online Threats and Dangers

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Post High-School ( Career skill development - Cyber Security)
Cybersecurity pathways - Job roles to Skill match, Diploma /advanced degree
Cybersecurity Careers - Vocational training , Open opportunities
Scholarships and Grants - Government programs, Nonprofit programs


1. Research - A global, youth-led peer-to-peer cyber safety initiative that educates teenagers on safe digital practices. We collect students’ technology and internet usage patterns, along with their attitudes, practices and familiarity around cyber safety topics. Using our proprietary models (which we will open source), we score their propensity to experience adverse cyber incidents. In addition, we learn about their experiences with negative cyber incidents, as we build safe spaces where students come together with educators, parents, healthcare providers and the larger community around the world to share their ideas and concerns to shape a better digital tomorrow.
2. Cyber security education curriculum - We have an end -to -end education material and secure portal to support and track students curriculum needs.

Our ambassadors and their mentors are heart to our program and since inception the students network expanded Safeteens online to schools - USA (>7 states), India (3 states), Jamaica and Nigeria, reaching 10K students, 700 educators, and 2.5K parents. Over 2K students responded to the SafeTeen Online anonymous survey in the 2021-22 academic year. This data is the basis of our risk score predictor for cyber incidents. Our studies have identified patterns in where students turn to for help.

SafeTeensOnline in other forums:

Veterans of Foreign Wars essay competition
Puerto Rico Metropolitan Science fair winner presenting research on teen cyber safety
Broadcom International Masters delegate sharing work on SafeTeens Online
JSHS State finalist ( April 2018) - research paper on teenagers online behaviors ( Safeteens Online)
JSHS National Delegate (April 2022) - research paper presentation predicting teen cyber safety risk
United Nations Youth Assembly (2019) - Top 10 global impact venture across 108 countries.

Work in progress: We believe that lack of cyber safety awareness is a global issue and are in conversation with students, educators and other partners in the UAE, Haiti, Indonesia, Philippines to expand.

To make it our goal of reaching our objective of one billion teenagers we need funding support. Please support our cause to raise a happy, confidnet and future-ready ciitzens.

Financials

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Safeteensonline Inc

Board of directors
as of 01/01/2023
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mrs Rajani Veeramachaneni

Vineeth Veeramachaneni

E Center, INC

Krupa Srinivas

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Organizational demographics

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Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

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Asian/Asian American
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Female, Not transgender
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Heterosexual or Straight
Disability status
Person without a disability

The organization's co-leader identifies as:

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Asian/Asian American
Gender identity
Female, Not transgender
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Person without a disability

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