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In July, Prince George’s Community College kicks off an exciting opportunity for middle and high school students.

The program, called GenCyber, is designed to help students understand correct and safe online behavior, increase diversity and interest in cybersecurity, and increase awareness about careers in the cyber security workforce.

The camp is offered at no cost to participants.

GenCyber is funded by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation. More than 130 universities, non-profit organizations, and K-12 school systems in 39 states are hosting GenCyber summer camps this year. Officials plan to expand from the current 131 camps to 200 by 2020.

For more information on GenCyber camps: www.gen-cyber.com

Camps for high school students will run Monday, July 17 to Friday, July 21

WHERE: Prince George’s Community College – Largo, Maryland

CONTACT: Prince George’s Community College – Shade Adeleke, 301-546-0419 or adelekfo@pgcc.edu
NSA – Clarese Wilson, 301-688-6524 or mediarelations@nsa.gov
NSF – Aya Collins, 703-292-7737 or acollins@nsf.gov

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