GenCyber Virtual Camp

GenCyber Virtual Camp

The GenCyber Virtual Camp is a FREE week-long camp that will take place fully online in July of 2021.

Choose either:

July 12th – 16th or July 19th – 23rd

The camp is being hosted by UW Bothell in partnership with Columbia Basin College and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). The camp is sponsored by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Participants will learn how to protect the

Confidentiality, Integrity, & Availability

of information through

Interactive Labs, Activities, Games, & Guest Speakers

Eligible participants will be entering grades 7th – 12th in the autumn of 2021.

Camp participants will be provided with a Raspberry Pi computing device, camp t-shirt, and instructional materials to help them with the various activities we’ll be doing during camp. These items are theirs to keep upon completion of the camp.

NOTE: Please note, that both of our camps are now full. However, we will place you on a waitlist and notify you if a spot becomes available.

To register, please follow one of the following links that most closely aligns with your gender identity:

Girls Registration (waitlist only) -or- Boys Registration (waitlist only)

GenCyber Virtual Camp Flier

Frequently Asked Questions

Camp Description: Explores cybersecurity topics including hacking, social networking, privacy, cryptography, legal aspects, social implications,  password management, digital forensics, computer networking, wireless security, ethical issues, social engineering, careers in cybersecurity, and the psychological aspects of cybersecurity and privacy behavior.