The University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security (Pitt Cyber), in partnership with Pitt Information Technology hosts a week-long virtual Air Force Association CyberCamp for high school students (entering 9th grade – graduating 12th grade) every year.
The next AFA CyberCamp will be held virtually July 19-23, 2021. Pennsylvania residency required. Sign up to be notified about registration opening (May 2021) and other camp logistics.
The camp will run from 9AM-1PM Monday-Friday, and students are required to attend all five days of the camp. Students will be broken up into Zoom classrooms with a 5:1 student to instructor ratio.
Students will need their own device and will use a remote connection to utilize the required curriculum software. The free camp is designed for a range of technical skill levels, including introductory digital literacy, and is focused on cyber ethics and systems security. Please make sure your device meets the technical requirements before registering.
Standard Camp Instructors
- Kamil Akhuseyinoglu, Pitt School of Computing & Information
- Nuray Baltaci-Akhusayinoglu, Pitt School of Computing and Information
- Spencer Conklin, UPMC Security
- Gina Dye, Pitt Information Technology
- Kim Getz, IT Director, Pitt Law
- Ken Howard, UPMC Security
- Pranut Jain, Pitt School of Computing and Information
- Leila Karimi, Pitt School of Computing and Information
- Anthony Moretti, Robert Morris University
- Tegan Mosugu, GSPIA
- Nalyn Siripong, Pitt Information Technology
- Hazel Stephens, Pitt Information Technology
- Susan Tanksi, Woodland Hills School District
- Kevin Travis, Pitt Information Technology
- James Weaver, Pitt Information Technology
Advanced Camp Instructors
- Michael Caglia, Westmoreland County Community College
- Jay Graham, Pitt Information Technology
- Trista Polaski, School of Information Sciences
Last year was the first virtual AFA CyberCamp. Due to COVID-19, we will be holding the camp virtually again this year. Please see last year's Program & Agenda for more information on the virtual camp.
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