Do you have an interest in cybersecurity and computers? Are you a beginner and would like to learn more about securing networks and hardening Operating Systems? AFA CyberCamps is the perfect first step towards learning more about cybersecurity! Many students that attend AFA CyberCamps go on to join a CyberPatriot National Defense Competition team during the school year. Get a head start on your STEM career and experience what makes CyberPatriot the best National Youth Cyber Education Program!
The camps will run for three (3) days and their goal is to inspire students toward pursuing careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) discipines critical to our nation's future. There will be no cost to students. Enrollment is focused on students who will be entering grades 9-12. Students will not be charged any fees for participating in the camps. Their plan is to have 25 student seats per camp with a goal of serving 125 high school students.
Leadership Initiatives offers three 7-day summer programs at Georgetown University:
For high school juniors (rising seniors), this camp attendance is by scholarship only. All winners are local and are selected and funded by your local Rotary Club.
Young men and women spend a week in a challenging program of discussions, inspirational addresses, leadership training and social activities designed to enhance personal development, leadership skills and good citizenship.
You will also have the opportunity to participate in a character building program provided by the Grizzly Creek Ranch Ropes Course, which focuses on leadership, effective communication, trust and cooperation. Utilizing adventure, personal commitments and shared insights, you will gain an increased sense of confidence in yourselves and in your team. Share your interest and desire to attend with your school teachers/staff/administration to potentially procure their nomination. Camp is held in June and July and nominations are received in late February.
|OLAB is a
one-week hands-on introduction to business and the market economy for
young women and men entering their senior year in high school.