The 2017 GenCyber Student Camp is to provide students with the resources they need to make educated choices about ethics, security, and character when using digital and information technology. Students will also have the opportunity to explore various cybersecurity careers, helping them decide if this is a field they would like to explore in their future. Some specific topics covered during the experience include computer ethics, online safety, careers in cybersecurity, cryptography, forensics, programming, and cyber bullying. Students must agree to attend for the entire week and submit a recommendation from a teacher in order to attend.
This camp is funded through the National Security Agence and National Science Foundation
There is no cost. The application can be found through this link:GenCyber Security Camp Info and Application
Four day maker camp designed for middle school students focused on S.T.E.A.M. Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics). Campers will combine traditional craft techniques, conventional and smart materials, and digital fabrication strategies to create jewelry, toys, and objects of their own design. This camp will appeal to kids who like create, build, or problem solve as well as students who are interested in art, design, or computer science.
The application for this camp can be found in the following link:
Scholarship Application Form