Greater Sacramento Region ICT/DM DSN

CyberCamp Summer 2016 Opportunities


The Greater Sacramento Regional Summer 2016 CyberCamps featured three days of no-cost introductory cybersecurity training. Instruction was led by community college faculty and high school teachers. Training modules developed by the CyberPatriot Program covered a variety of topics including system hardening, access control, and system protection. The three-day program ended with team competitions and an awards ceremony sponsored by the local chapter of the Air Force Association. NBC News featured CyberPatriots in a March 2105 broadcast.

Cost: Free, Meals: Breakfast, lunch & snacks included. Register online here.

Ideal Candidates:

Incoming 7th-12th graders with little to no cybersecurity experience.  Space is limited to 23 to 25 students per camp. One camp/student.
This learning opportunity is provided through Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy, a program developed by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office, in conjunction with the participation of American River College, Cosumnes River College, Folsom Lake College, Sacramento City College, and Sierra College. The goal of this program is to introduce middle school and high school students to career opportunities in the information and communication sector. Program efforts are also supported by CRANE and CAP, California Career Pathways Trust grantees, and key organizational partners.

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