Four camps are planned for the summer of 2017. All are free to participants, as they are sponsored by the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation. Additional sponsors provide funds for special equipment, activities, or speakers.
The week-long GenCyber CybHER Security girls camp will be held June 25-29. This is DSU’s third girls-only camp, and is the largest residential girls-only camp in the country, with spots for 135 girls in grades 7, 8 and 9.
Registration is open at www.gencybergirls.camp.
Two co-ed camps are also planned, for students in grades 10 through 12. One will be held the week of July 9-14, the other July 16-21.
Registration for the coed camps is open at https://gencyber.camp/.
For the second year, there will also be a week-long camp for teachers, intended to educate and excite middle and high school STEM teachers and help them to incorporate cyber security in the classroom. There are spots for 50 teachers to attend the camp, which will be held June 19-23.
Registration is open at http://www.gencyberteachers.camp/.
Read more about the DSU GenCyber camps.