GenCyber Camp Information

Participants will explore the high-demand and rapidly growing field of cybersecurity. Through hands-on activities, they will learn how cybersecurity professionals help protect information and information systems from unauthorized access, misuse, and destruction. Students will make valuable contacts with local industry leaders in the field and will leave the camp with not only a rewarding experience but also souvenirs and a certificate of completion.

GenCyber Flyer (PDF)

Students rising into grades 6-8 in Fall 2024
No cybersecurity experience is needed
Students rising into high school grades should check out the GenCyber camp at Spokane Falls Community College

Pre-Camp Activities: Asynchronous virtual activities, to be released several weeks before camp
In-Person Camp: July 8-12, 2024, 9:00 am-4:30 pm
Post-Camp Activities: Asynchronous virtual activities
(Commitment to participate in all camp activities is required)

The Catalyst Building
601 E. Riverside Ave
Spokane, WA 99202
Note: A 1-week STA bus pass is available to any participants who need assistance with transportation

FREE! It’s funded by a grant from the US National Security Agency (award H98230-23-1-0143)
Meals and snacks are also provided

Email Kristyl Riddle at

GenCyber Camp Application

You can expect to receive a status email (accepted, waitlist, or not accepted) within 2 weeks of applying, starting April 15. To confirm acceptance, a packet (included in the email) will need to be completed and returned.

As a condition of acceptance to the camp, students must commit to the pre-camp activities, full attendance at the camp, and post-camp activities.