This summer, we will host two free virtual summer camps for high school students to increase their cybersecurity awareness at Boise State. Given that the camps are virtual, we decided to open them to all high school students nationwide. A short blurb about these camps is found below. A flyer with more information is also attached and the website of the camps is:
I am sending this to you to help us announce this opportunity to high school students in your area/state who might be interested in attending.
July 12-16, 2021 (Girls Only) or July 19-23, 2021 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive a free Raspberry Pi Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camps will be held Virtually. For more information and to apply visit https://sites.google.com/boisestate.edu/gencyber-2021/home or contact the Computer Science Department at email@example.com or (208) 426-5766.
Interested students should apply (through the camp website) as soon as possible.
Please help us to share this great opportunity!
Thanks a lot, Gaby
Dr. Gaby Dagher | Assistant Professor Department of Computer Science Boise State University, Idaho, USA Office: 208-426-5782
ISPM Research Lab: http://cs.boisestate.edu/~gdagher/