The CyberSTEM summer camps help students learn about careers in the exciting and growing field of cybersecurity. During the 2 week programs participants will engage in hands-on activities and learn about the field of cybersecurity. They will learn to apply basic security concepts through gaming, modeling and simulation development, while investigating exciting careers that interconnect the fields of science, math, technology, and engineering.
Students actively engage in hands-on activities related to cryptography, system vulnerabilities, computational logic and digital forensics. They will discuss careers in computer security and learn more about security clearance processes and identity management strategies. Students tour local labs and hear guest speakers from state and federal agencies.
There are still openings for the introductory camps being held at Sollers Point Technical High School in Baltimore County. The Intermediate CyberSTEM camp at Towson University, which provides students with a college experience, also has openings.
Register today at: http://edtechpolicy.org/cyberk12/YoungScholars/index.html