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Cyber-Charged Day Camp

July 18th-22th, 2016 on the UAH campus

For rising 8th, 9th and 10th graders


Are you interested in learning about computers, computer programming and cybersecurity? 

Cyber-Charged is a week-long day camp designed to teach first principles of cybersecurity in a fun, hands-on environment to rising 8th-10th graders.  

Cyber-Charged is sponsored by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation.  There is no charge to attend Cyber-Charged, but there are limited seats in the program.  Seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

At Cyber-Charged, students will learn about: the building blocks of a computer, computer operating systems and software, cybersecurity first principles, cyber threats, cyberdefenses, and firewalls & virus scanning. Students will visit UAH cybersecurity facilities and local cybersecurity companies, meet faculty, staff, and students working in cybersecurity, and have a lot of fun.

Cyber-Charged 2016 Brochure

Cyber-Charged Daily Schedule

On-line Registration for Cyber-Charged (click here)

When you register on-line, please refer to the following documents on Parental Liability release, behavior Policy, and photo release policy.  You will sign these forms when you come to camp.

Parent Liability Release Form

Student Behavior Contract

Cyber-Charged Photo Release Form