Cybersecurity Education, Research & Outreach Center
REGISTRATION UNDERWAY FOR THE RESIDENTAL CAMP! SEE BELOW!
The NSA and NSF funded GenCyber Camp provides cybersecurity engagement experiences for students and teachers at the K-12 level and has the following goals:
- Increase cybersecurity awareness among high school students
- Increase interest in cybersecurity among diverse body of students
- Help all students understand correct and safe on-line behavior
- Provide training for students with instructional activities based upon the GenCyber Cybersecurity Concepts
GenCyber Day at WiCyS 2023
CEROC is hosting GenCyber Day at the 2023 Women in Cybersecurity conference in Denver, CO at the Gaylord Rockies Resort for high school students in the Denver, CO area.
In cooperation with our partners at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CEROC will conduct a GenCyber event featuring:
- Guest speakers from industry
- Introduction to the NIST NICE Navigator project
- Introduction to and opportunity to see the famous Enigma machine
- Participation in the soarCTF cyber exercise on the CEROC Cyber Range
Student and teacher participants will receive a special camp package for attending.
GenCyber Camp at Tennessee Tech
CEROC is hosting a GenCyber residential student camp from June 25-30, 2023 for high school students across the state of Tennessee.
!! Registration is now underway. See the introductory meeting video for more details. !!
The camp will run from Sunday, June 25th to Friday, June 30th on Tennessee Tech campus. Orientation will begin at 6pm Sunday with activities throughout the week concluding with a closing ceremony on Friday afternoon. More details regarding the schedule will be sent to participating students.
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In addition to this core camp, our outreach plan includes:
GenCyber on Wheels (Expected participants: 600): There will be multiple field trips (one week long,
1/2 cybersecurity, 1/2 STEM) to a regional high school on a STEM mobile truck provided
by the TN Tech STEM Center. Each trip will involve stationing the STEM Mobile to allow
high school students to board the vehicle and discover cybersecurity-related, hands-on
exercises using Raspberry PIs and laptops.
Middle School Site Visits (Expected participants: 500): We will visit two local middle schools for a Cyber Conscious Citizen session about Online Safety.
Seed Fund to Start CyberPatriot Clubs (Expected seed fund to be awarded: 2)
To continue the legacy of GenCyber Camp, maintain interest in cybersecurity as a hopeful outcome of the camp and facilitate an outlet for students to continue with their new interest, encourage and support students to start Cyber Patriot clubs at their schools.
A group of students working on an activity from the 2018 Gencyber Camp! Students enjoy a wide range of cyber-related activities that will teach them the core fundamentals of the cybersecurity field!
A group of students working on an activity learn some tips from the Tennessee Tech Camp Chaperones! Our chaperones are majors in Tennessee Tech's Computer Science program focusing in cybersecurity and help bridge a personal connection to the students of GenCyber! By getting a first-hand glimpse into this field from the camp and connecting with TN Tech students and faculty, students gain a strong understanding of what they and the field of cybersecurity have to offer.