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CYBEAR provides San Francisco Bay Area students entering grades 9-11 with a six-week summer curriculum that exposes them to computer science, engineering, and cyber security. Students learn the beginning principles of cyber security by gaining an understanding of computer hardware and networking, managing their digital footprint and protecting their privacy, and developing skills in Python programming. The overarching goal is to increase the number of security and privacy professionals by helping young people understand the need for cyber security and consider developing their interest in cyber security as a career path.
This summer, explore a top campus, make friends as you master new tech skills, and join a community of 275,000 iD Tech students and alumni who are organizing robotics clubs, starting companies, founding nonprofits, and landing jobs at tech powerhouses like Facebook and Google. For 18 years, it has been our mission to empower the next generation of coders, app developers, game designers, engineers, and innovators. Whether you attend for one session or come back repeatedly, your tech pathway starts here.
The College of Engineering at NC State University offers high school students the opportunity to experience engineering, science, and technology at NC State.
Storming Robots is the only authorized LEGO MINDSTORMS Center on the East of US focusing on robotics education. Storming Robots is also listed as the only summer robotics facility in New Jersey by the NASA Robotics Alliance Project.
VisionTech Camps is a non-profit technology education provider with locations throughout the Bay Area. We offer high tech accelerated technology based summer camps and after-school enrichment classes to students ages 6-17.
Exploration in careers and knowledge for pre-college students.