Inspiring the Next Generation of Cyber Stars!
RIC GenCyber 2019 – A Rhode Island College Beginner’s Cybersecurity Camp
Sponsored by NSA and NSF
Date: July 8-12, 2019
Place: Rhode Island College Campus
600 Mount Pleasant Ave
Providence, RI 02908
Who should apply: If you are a rising high school Junior or Senior interested in learning about cybersecurity, we want to hear from you! No experience necessary.
RIC GenCyber is the first and only GenCyber camp in Rhode Island. Since it is fully sponsored by the NSA and NSF, it is free of charge. We will meet between 8:30-4:30 on July 8-12, 2019. To attend the camp, you must commit to being on campus during this time. Campers must provide their own transportation to and from camp and must commit to being on-time. Bus tickets are also available free of charge. Breakfast, lunch and other goodies will be provided. This year we have chosen the following topics:
- Staying Safe Online/Cyberbullying
- Virtual Environments
- Building Raspberry PIs
- Learning Python
Each lesson has something for everyone. We offer a combination of individual, pair/small group and whole class instruction. We offer a combination of hands-on activities and unplugged computer activities that students enjoy.
Thank you for your interest in the Rhode Island GenCyber Summer Camp. The application process for 2019 camp is now closed.
The GenCyber Program is generously funded by a grant from the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation. New applications for the grant must be submitted each year. Please complete the interest form below if you’d like to keep in touch with us and to be notified if we receive the grant to hold the camp again in 2020.
If you have questions or need more information, contact Suzanne Mello-Stark at