University of San Diego Offers Summer Cyber Security Program for High School Students

GenCyber Summer Camp

Inspiring a new generation of students to consider the cyber security field is the goal of a free summer day camp at the University of San Diego.

The GenCyber Academy of Excellence, funded by a grant from the National Security Agency, takes place from July 25 to 29 and is open to incoming, college bound 10th, 11th and 12th graders. The program is also open to local STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teachers interested in expanding their cyber security knowledge.

Continue reading the full article here.  Original press release posted on the USD News Center.

For GenCyber Summer camp application and other information go to sandiego.edu/pce/GenCyber, e-mail continuinged@sandiego.edu or call (619) 260-4585.

To learn more about USD’s Cyber Security programs, check out their Masters of Science in Cyber Security Operations and Leadership page and their Masters of Science in Cyber Security Engineering page.

 

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