Calling all high school students! Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey into the world of computing and cybersecurity? College of Western Idaho’s (CWI) Cyber Defense Center is hosting Raspberry Pi Summer Camp, a five-day program designed to introduce high school students to the growing field of cybersecurity through hands-on activities.
Campers will receive their own Raspberry Pi and learn the basics of programming, circuit design, and cyber-physical systems through knowledgeable instructors. Students will also get to interact with peers and mentors and explore the possibilities of a challenging and rewarding career path.
The weeks’ worth of learning and activities leads up to the final day of camp, where campers will put their new skills to the test to solve challenging puzzles and participate in a “capture the flag” cybersecurity activity facilitated by the Idaho National Laboratory.
The cost to enroll in the exciting five-day camp is $150, which covers the cost of supplies and lunch each day. Students may be able to qualify for a scholarship. For those interested in learning more about scholarship opportunities, please contact email@example.com.
No prior knowledge or skills are required to enroll.
Learn more about CWI’s Cyber Defense Center and Cybersecurity opportunities by visiting the program’s page.