College of DuPage
Air Force Association (AFA) Cyber Camp
The AFA Cyber Camp Program was created to continue to inspire students to pursue STEM-related activities outside of the school year. This one-week camp instructs students on important skills in cyber safety and cybersecurity, culminating in a day of mini-competition on the last session.
When: Monday to Friday, July 16-20th 8am to noon
Where: College of DuPage Campus in Glen Ellyn
This one-day camp familiarizes students with the basics of operating a drone. Through classroom and hands on flying exercises, participants will cover topics such as: FAA rules, air traffic control (ATC) airspace, weather, tactical operations, flight control, accuracy and business uses of the drone. In the final hour of class, students will put their skills to work in a drone challenge.
Find meeting information at www.cod.edu/hsti
Crime Scene Investigation Summer Academy
This innovative summer course gives you in depth, hands-on work in the exciting field of forensic science.
Open to students entering grades 9 to 12.
Two options are available:
Session A- June 4-8 8am-1pm
Session B- July 16-20 8am-1pm
Where: College of DuPage Homeland Security Education Center (HEC) Room 108
To Register: Call 630-942-2208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
GenCyber Student Camps
This exciting, new hands-on camp is open to high school students. It explores important and timely topics including privacy and security, safe browsing, cyber ethics, and data security.
Seats are limited to 36 participants and will be selected through a random lottery. Applicants will be accepted until Thursday May 31 at 4:30 pm.
Attendance is free. Learn how to be safe in the digital world. Be inspired to pursue a career in cyber security. Get a Raspberry Pi mini computer and other great giveaways. Enjoy light continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks each day.