The GiCSA project is all about engaging, supporting, and inspiring communities. The project contributes to strengthening relationships with high schools in regional New South Wales and Victoria. By increasing cyber security awareness in young girls, the project contributes to preparing a cyber-aware future generation as well as inspiring girls for cyber careers. Cyber threats and scams such as hacking, identity theft, phishing, and remote access are on increase. Our young generation spends a large portion of their time in online social networks. Making them aware and conscious about the cyber threats contributes largely to the economic, social, and environmental outcomes for our communities. Women representation in cyber security industry is very low. Currently it is 11 percent in Australia, 10 percent in Asia-Pacific and only 5 percent in Middle East. The global representation is also only 11 percent despite women being approximately 50% of the global population. To address this decline in women participation in ICT in general and cyber security in particular, and to increase women participation in cyber security, GiCSA project plays a vital role in providing awareness about the cyber security training and careers for high school girls.