Air Force Association's CyberCamp
Please note: The 2019 program is only open to Warrensville Heights High School students and students from Kent State's Upward Bound Programs.
Kent State University is one of the first universities in Ohio to offer the Air Force Association CyberCamp.
The Cyber Patriot Camp will introduce five to six Warrensville Heights High School students in grades 9-12, as well as 10 students from Kent State’s Upward Bound programs, to the exciting and lucrative career path of cyber security. Through this day camp — held June 24-28, 2019, on the Kent State campus — students will learn the fundamentals of computer programming and cyber security, as well as the teamwork and organizational skills that will set them apart in the STEM job market. In addition, students will benefit from direct interactions with cyber industry professionals who will highlight the broad career opportunities in this field.
Thanks to the generous support of the OMNOVA Solutions Foundation for funding student participants from Warrensville Heights High School
This program includes:
- Five days of instruction in a Kent State computer lab
- AFA CyberCamp manual and t-shirt
For questions, please contact Marilyn Bokrass, Outreach Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.