Join us for a week-long exploration of cybersecurity and computers in the scenic Upper Peninsula of Michigan!
A GenCyber teacher camp for thirty middle and high school teachers will be held on Michigan Tech campus during the week of June 20 – June 24, 2022.
The camp covers fundamental cyber hygiene and cybersecurity knowledge including ethics, phishing, PC architecture, Linux, networking, wireless, and ethical hacking. The camp also includes 8 hours of pre-camp activities and 8 hours of post-camp activities during the school year.
The GenCyber camp curriculum was built upon the Michigan Computer Science K-12 Standards. Teacher participants will be able to use GenCyber activities to count for at least 24 State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs). Teacher participants will also receive a stipend of $600 for attending and completing GenCyber activities.
Prior knowledge of computers and cybersecurity is not required. This camp is a live-in program (commuting optional) and is offered at no cost to all participants. Room and board is included.
For more information and to apply, visit https://www.mtu.edu/gencyber/#teacher. Application deadline: March 1, 2022.