Middle School and High School Students:
    Learn Cybersecurity!

    The Northern California Information Communication Technologies (ICT) Hub at the Sacramento County Office of Education, in partnership with California Community Colleges, is supporting FREE, week-long Virtual Summer Introductory and Advanced Cyber Camps for Middle School and High school (7th-12 trade) students! This opportunity to learn about cybersecurity at no-cost is made possible through generous donations and contributions of NorCal Cyber partners and sponsors.

    Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, NorCal Summer Cyber Camps will be presented virtually. Camps will utilize Zoom to teach and interact with students for 3 hours each morning with activities and games in the afternoon.

    NO EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED to sign up for the virtual Introductory Cybersecurity Camp. It is recommended that students attend the virtual Introductory Cybersecurity Camp before the virtual Advanced Cybersecurity Camp because students will be a part of an online community of learning in the first week that continues into the second week.

    Each camp is 5 days, Monday-Friday, and will feature topics such as Python programming, cyber hygiene, digital citizenship and ethics, systems administration, security audits, and network forensics.

    Register today and join us for this amazing and fun virtual learning experience!



    NorCal Cyber Summer Camp Schedule

    June 15-19: Introductory Cybersecurity Camp #1
    June 22-26: Advanced Cybersecurity Camp #1
    July 20-24: Introductory Cybersecurity Camp #2
    July 27-31: Advanced Cybersecurity Camp #2

    Camps meet daily from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM each day of the week. Students are invited to participate in immersive cybersecurity activities from 1:00-3:00 PM each day of the week.

    Space is limited!


    10474 Mather Blvd, Mather, 95655 | Questions? Email: Ashley@NorCalCyber.org