GenCyber Summer Camp Published February 27, 2024

Kid's CollegeRose State College is excited to announce the return of its highly anticipated GenCyber camp, scheduled to take place on campus from July 15th to July 19th, 2024. This immersive camp, designed to introduce high school students to the fundamentals of cybersecurity, will offer a week-long program filled with engaging activities and hands-on learning experiences. 

The GenCyber camp is FREE of charge, offering an incredible opportunity for high school students to explore the exciting world of cybersecurity without any cost barriers. To secure a place at the camp, parents or students can register early via the Rose State College website

Camp activities will run daily from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, providing participants with six hours of instruction each day with a complementary lunch. The camp curriculum is tailored to accommodate students with varying levels of computer knowledge, making it accessible to all high school students regardless of their cybersecurity background. 

Throughout the week, campers will engage in a variety of activities carefully designed to pique their interest and enhance their understanding of cybersecurity concepts. From learning about cyber laws and ethics to exploring network traffic analysis and cryptography, participants will gain valuable insights into the field of cybersecurity. 

In addition to the main camp activities, Rose State College will also be offering 15 hours of FREE pre-camp activities, taking place in five parts from March 2nd to April 13th, 2024. These pre-camp activities are designed to provide students with a preview of the camp curriculum and offer a taste of what to expect during the main camp week. 

"We are thrilled to host the GenCyber camp once again and provide high school students with the opportunity to explore the fascinating world of cybersecurity," said [Camp Organizer/Spokesperson]. "By offering this camp free of charge, we aim to remove barriers to entry and inspire the next generation of cybersecurity professionals." 

Parents are encouraged to drop off and pick up their children at the Seminar Room of the Tannenbaum Aerospace & Cybersecurity Center, labeled as Building 24 on the campus map. No parking fee or tag is required for camp attendees. 

For more information and to register, please visit GenCyber Summer Camp. Spaces are limited, so early registration is encouraged.