YOUTH CAMP RESOURCES
Youth Summer Cyber Camps
Make the most of summer
It is never too early– or too late– to provide technology learning opportunities for all children. One in Tech is dedicated to ensuring ALL youth are included and have access to these, regardless of gender, race, socio-economic status, culture, and other areas that at times are treated as barriers and biases. One In Tech works to open pathways for everyone to access, learn, and explore all areas of technology leading to a more robust tech workforce.
Summer months mean time out of school for most U.S.-based children, which is a perfect time for fun and exciting camps focused on technology access, safety, and skill-building. One In Tech will be offering multiple activities online in our School Break Cyber Series, but is also providing the listing below of many U.S. camps which are available throughout the summer. All opportunities in this resource should be researched thoroughly, as OIT is not facilitating these– please contact each opportunity directly.
Ages: 13-17. One week course. You will discover how to hide information, create secret messages, and share plans with your classmates, always staying one step ahead of would-be cyber attacks. Learn how to encrypt data with programs and computers.
Ages: 13-18. Two week course. This course introduces cryptographic elements and obfuscation of information via complex puzzles and ciphers. Learn how information can be hidden and stored in digital mediums like pictures, music, and videos.
Ages: 13-18 (cis and trans girls, nonbinary). Kode with Klossy’s flagship program provides the opportunity for young women and non-binary individuals across the country to attend free two week bootcamps that introduce them to key computer science concepts and skills.
Grades: 6-12. Air Force Association (AFA) CyberCamps are week-long camps held during specified weeks between June and August. AFA Advanced CyberCamps are designed for high school and middle school students who have cybersecurity knowledge and want to learn more.
Grades: Rising 10 - rising 12 (cis and trans girls, non-binary). This 2-week virtual program teaches students the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech. No prior computer science experience required.