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GenCyber Teacher Camp

Local high school teachers can apply to this virtual summer camp for cybersecurity curriculum development.

Hosted by University of Maryland Global Campus, the GenCyber Teacher Camp is designed to help teachers improve their methods of delivery of cybersecurity content in their high school curricula. UMGC held the summer 2021 camp virtually via Zoom. 

GenCyber Teacher Camp 2021

GenCyber Teacher Camp 2021 was a weeklong intensive program held virtually July 26-30, 2021. Sponsored by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation, the 2021 program aimed to increase student interest in cybersecurity careers, reach a diverse group of students, and teach safe online behaviors and strategies for good digital citizenship. In addition to cybersecurity curriculum development support, participants received a $1,300 stipend and a certificate of completion.

Please check back soon for application information and other details related to the 2022 program.

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