GenCyber Student Camps at COD

2017 COD Gencyber Camps have completed!
We hope to offer these camps again in 2018. If you'd like us to contact you when we have more information, please let us know!

What are COD GenCyber Student Camps?
This camp targeted students entering grades 7 to 12 who are interested in exploring the field of cybersecurity. Students were placed in one of two groups based on age, with activities designed specifically for each group. COD faculty from CIT and HSTI guided students through hands-on activities using current technologies, introduced the concept of digital citizenship and taught online safety information. Attendees received a Raspberry Pi and a take home bag with camp related items. Light continental breakfast, lunch and snacks were provided each day.

Interested students submitted applications and camp participants were selected through a lottery process.

These camps were generously funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation and National Security Agency and is offered at no cost to participants.

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College of DuPage Continuing Education offers a variety of summer programming for children of all ages. Please visit our Youth Education page for more details. 



GenCyber camps are open to all student and teacher participants at no cost. Funding is provided jointly by the NSA and the NSF.

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Continuing Education/Extended Learning (CE) serves a diverse cross section of District 502 residents through Youth Academy, Adult Enrichment, Adult Education, Business Solutions (Career and Professional Development), and Homeland Security Training Institute. Continuing Education offerings begin at 15 months of age in the fully functioning day care and journey with its learning partners through every phase of life including elementary, middle and high school, career exploration, professional development programs, business contract training and the Lifelong Learning Institute.

The Computer and Internetworking Technologies (CIT) program at College of DuPage offers a variety of degrees and certificates that allow graduates to pursue a career in a wide range of information technology fields. In addition, CIT offers a variety of certification training programs through its Cisco Networking Academy and the CompTIA Academy. These training courses are for individuals interested in advancing their careers or for students who want to specialize in a particular area of study and receive certification training prior to graduation.

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