GenCyber Summer Cybersecurity Camps 2018

Gen Cyber Camp

Teachers’ Camp: June 18–22, 2018 • Students’ Camp: July 23–27, 2018

Inver Hills Community College is hosting a third round of GenCyber Summer Cybersecurity Camps in summer 2018 thanks to a $170,000 grant from the National Security Agency (NSA) and National Science Foundation (NSF). Previous GenCyber Camps on campus took place in summers 2016 and 2017. Once again this year, Inver is hosting two camps, one for K–12 teachers and one for high school students.
FREE for all participants, the camps offer engaging, hands-on labs and a field trip to learn about the industry from cybersecurity engineers. All participants receive a FREE Raspberry Pi computer.

WHAT: Cybersecurity Camp for K–12 Teachers

WHEN: June 18 –22, 2018

WHERE: Inver Hills Community College
2500 80th Street East
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076



Earn an $850 stipend and clock hours for attending.
Help at the high school camp after attending a two-day workshop in mid-July 2018 and earn an additional $1,000 stipend.



GenCyber 2017
GenCyber 2017

WHAT: Cybersecurity Camp for High School Students

WHEN: July 23 –27, 2018

WHERE: Inver Hills Community College
2500 80th Street East
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076




GenCyber 2017 for high school students gallery

For more event photos, visit:
GenCyber Summer Cybersecurity Camp 2017 on Flickr

What is the GenCyber program?

GenCyber’s mission is to grow the number of students studying cybersecurity in the United States. The program includes summer camps across the nation designed for elementary, middle, and high school students, and teachers. The camps focus on engaging the learners with sound cybersecurity principles and teaching techniques.

The GenCyber program operates on three primary goals:
  • Increase interest in cybersecurity careers and diversity in the cybersecurity workforce of the nation
  • Help all students understand correct and safe online behavior
  • Improve teaching methods for delivering cybersecurity content for K–12 programs


GenCyber Summer Cybersecurity Camps at Inver Hills are FREE for all participants.

Participants receive a Raspberry Pi computer, a powerful mini-PC.


To learn more about GenCyber 2018 at Inver Hills, contact:

Ben Franske, PhD
Information Technology Faculty
Mary Jo Gardner
GenCyber Program Director

GenCyber 2017
GenCyber 2017

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