GenCyber is a nation-wide grant program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Security Agency (NSA). With the intent of building excitement and awareness of this important field, GenCyber provided funding to colleges, so they can introduce K-12 students, and teachers to the field of cyber security.
Northwest State Community College (located in Archbold and Toledo, Ohio) was awarded a GenCyber grant to create and host a GenCyber Camp in the Summer of 2018. There is a one week camp for school teachers (any grade level) to learn the fundamentals of cyber security.
We are applying to hold both a level 1 and level 2 camp in summer 2019. If you are interested in either one of those camps, should we get funding, please email GenCyber@northweststate.edu
Technical Topics covered in this Cyber Camp:
Cyber Bullying Lesson Plan Resource Links:
Email Tami (email@example.com) if you would like assistance with cybersecurity lesson plan prep.
Need additional Raspberry Pi units for a class lab? Remember we have 4 we can lend to you. Email GenCyber@northweststate.edu for more information.
We are looking for 1 or 2 of our 2018 camp participants to serve in a volunteer advisory capacity for the 2019 camp. Email GenCyber@northweststate.edu for more information.
Link to NSF GenCyber website.