GenCyber 2019 Cybersecurity Summer Camps UAH is hosting several GenCyber cybersecurity summer camps for high school students and teachers. These camps are jointly funded by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation. Student Camps GenCyber Camp for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (DHH) Students Cybersecurity summer camps for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing high school students in Huntsville, AL, and Austin, TX. Campers engage in a 6-day residential camp to learn cybersecurity and STEM skills through hands-on experiences and group activities. Students must at least be entering 9th grade in fall 2019 to be eligible. No cybersecurity experience or knowledge required. GenCyber is funded by government grants and is free to all students. Camp is taught by both deaf and hearing instructors. Sign and voice interpreting will be provided. Link to FlyerApply to DHH Student Camps Teacher Camps GenCyber Camp for Teachers and Teachers-in-Training A cybersecurity summer camp for public school teachers and teachers-in-training in the Huntsville area, hosted at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. GenCyber will create cyber-savvy educators through hands-on lab exercises, demos, and group-based curriculum development sessions. No cybersecurity experience required. Link to FlyerApply to Teacher Camp U.S. Cyber Camp UAH partnered with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and Cyber Huntsville to launch the inaugural U.S. Cyber Camp for Alabama high school students in July 2017. The CCRE provides curriculum development and instruction for the ongoing U.S. Cyber Camp endeavor. For more information and sponsorship details visit the official camp website.