GenCyber camps is a nation-wide camp program funded by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The GenCyber program provides cybersecurity camp experiences for students. The camp goals are
- Increase interest in cybersecurity careers and diversity in the cybersecurity workforce of the nation
- Help students understand correct and safe on-line behavior and how they can be good digital citizens
- Improve teaching methods for delivery of cybersecurity content in K-12 curricula
GenCyber camps are available at no cost. To locate a mainstream GenCyber camp, go to the GenCyber website.
GenCyber Camp for VI Students
The University of Alabama in Huntsville is sponsoring the GenCyber Camp for VI Students. The camp is July 14 - 19th at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. All meals and lodging are provided and transportation assistance is available. Selected students will receive a free Raspberry Pi.
- Must be a high school student (rising 9th grader or above)
- Basic computer skills
- No cybersecurity experience required
- Space is limited
- Register by June 28th
- Application for students with visual impairments here.
For more information about GenCyber camps for visually impaired or deaf and hard-of-hearing, please visit UAH's website.