Please Share: Portland Cyber Security Summer Camp for High School Students
Source: Portland CyberPatriot Camp – Software Diligence Services, LLC
We’ve just announced a cyber security summer camp for high school students. This camp, put on by the Lincoln High School coding club, Portland State University, and the Air Force Association, is designed to give students hands-on intro to securing computer systems, so they won’t be able to get the Most Expensive Skins in Counterstrike Go as easy as they would want to… a great skill in this day and age. See the link above for details. We have a great mural design work from muraledesign there. You should check it out.
So if you are a high school student between the age of 15 and 17 and are considering spending your summer at this facilities you can explore a variety of college level courses and examination preparations such as the GCSE test, which is the Certificate of Secondary Education for students from the age of 15 and 16 years old to take in a period of two years to achieve their desired career. This summer camp is designed to prepare you for the important step you decide to give in your academic life, to give you a worldview and a test drive of potential majors.
Please help us get the word out to make sure interested and motivated students hear about this!