UVI Offers Two Free Summer Computer Camps

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The University of the Virgin Islands is offering two summer programs for computer skills.

The ThunderbirdCup/Cyber Patriot Camp – St. Thomas (Middle and High Schools only) will be held for one week, from 9 a.m. to noon, June 25-20, at St. Thomas Campus (Lower Campus CAB No. 103). Application deadline is June 18.
ThunderbirdCup is one-week summer program preparing students to participate in the Fall 2018 Cyber Patriot Competition. This program will introduce basic Cyber Security concepts and hands-on training required for the competition. This camp focuses on students interested in exploring careers in cybersecurity fields.
Application: copy and paste the following URL into the browser: https://goo.gl/forms/wzUHVffaPYhwYQL23
Contact Dr. Marc Boumedine at 693-1255 or [email protected]

CyberCampVI on St. Thomas (Elementary, Middle and High Schools) will be held from 9 a.m. to noon from July 5 through July 27, at University of the Virgin Islands St. Thomas Campus (Lower campus CAB No. 112). Application deadline is June 25.
Cyber Camp USVI is a multiple-week summer program for incoming 4th-12th graders who are interested in learning elementary coding and problem solving in the context of cyber security and in pursuing a career in computing related fields. This program will follow the Computer Science Teacher Association K-12 framework. It will introduce computational thinking and programming practices in
various programming languages.
Application — copy and paste the following URL into the browser: https://goo.gl/forms/wzUHVffaPYhwYQL23
Contact Dr. Marc Boumedine at 693-1255 or [email protected].

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