Cyber Camps Summer 2016- UVI St. Thomas/St. Croix Campus

CECOR



Participants on St. Thomas (June 13th-July 8th)- The application process is now open

Cyber Camp USVI is  summer program for incoming 6th to 12th grades who are interested in entering the next round of the Cyber Patriot competition in Fall 2016. This program will introduce basic Cyber Security concepts and hands-on required for the competition. Attendees will have the opportunity to enroll in different camps:

  • Thundercamp (Preparation for CyberPatriot Competition: June 13-June 17th)
  • Cybercamp I (Basic Coding and Cybersecurity: June 20th-24th)
  • Cybercamp II (Intermediate Coding and CyberSecurity: June 27th-July 1st)
  • CyberCamp III (Advanced Coding and CyberSecurity: July 5th-July 8th)

 Speakers from academia, industries and Sandia National Laboratories will discuss  various  issues related to cyber security. This program is funded with the support of a grant from the Department of Energy in collaboration with Norfolk State University. 

Important: It is strongly recommended to bring your own personal laptop since you will be installing new software and will work on projects after camp hours.

Program Dates and Time line

  • Monday June 6th: Application completed due (school transcript, letter of recommendation from computer science/Math teacher, proof of US Citizenship, picture release form signed by parents/tutors).
  • Camp dates:   June 13th-Friday July 8th, 2016 
  • Time:  9-noon (University of the Virgin Island,  St. Thomas campus)- Room number TBA.

For further information please contact:
Dr. Marc Boumedine
CECOR Project Coordinator, UVI
University of the Virgin Islands
mboumed@uvi.edu 
(340)-693 1255 

Contact and Information

Participants on St. Croix  (Four weeks June 20 th-July 15th)- 

CompuCamp USVI is  a four-week summer program for incoming 9th to 12th grades  who are interested in learning elementary programming and problem solving. This program will introduce basic programming concepts in Python.  The program is funded with the support of a grant from the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration in collaboration with Norfolk State University and the Consortium partners. 

Important: It is strongly recommended to have your own personal laptop since you will be installing new software and will work on projects after camp hours.

Program Dates and Times:
  • Monday June 1st-June 8th (Information and completion of application-school transcript, letter of recommendation from computer science teacher, proof of U.S. Citizenship ).
  • Camp dates Monday June 20th-Friday July 15,2016 
  • Time: TBA (University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix campus)-Room TBA.
Pre-Registration: Click to pre-register on St. Croix 


For further information please contact:
Dr. Alan Lewit
Professor in Computer Science
University of the Virgin Islands
alewit@uvi.edu
(340)-692 4147

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