The Delgado GenCyber Cyber Sleuth Camp is an inclusive, fun and informative program designed to introduce 8th-12th grade students in the Greater New Orleans Area to the field of Digital Forensics, Incident Response (DFIR) and Cybersecurity. Participants will develop hands-on investigation skills by solving realistic cases with professional forensics tools and techniques. Students will also learn practical cyber self-defense skills and explore career opportunities in the dynamic fields of Cybersecurity and DFIR!
Any student in 8th – 12th Grade who resides in the United States, is enrolled in a United States high school and is interested in participating is welcome! No prior experience is required.
The Delgado GenCyber Camps are made possible with funds from the GenCyber Program* so the camps are absolutely free of charge to participants! In addition to free tuition, participants will be provided with a Camp T-Shirt & Materials, a RTA bus pass if needed and served breakfast and lunch. All students who are present throughout the week will earn a Certificate in Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) from Go Learn Labs.
When & Where
Two in-person summer camp sessions will be hosted by the Computer Information Technology Department on Delgado Community College campuses. Please select one session or the other.
Delgado GenCyber Camp Schedule:
Session #1 – June 19-23rd, 2023 – Delgado City Park Campus (Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm, plus hybrid post-camp career guidance and interactive activities)
Session #2 – June 26th-30th, 2023 – Delgado Westbank Campus (Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm, plus hybrid post-camp career guidance and interactive activities)
Space is limited so PLEASE REGISTER NOW to secure a spot!
Register – https://www.dcc.edu/academics/business-technology/programs/computer-technology/cyber-camp-form.aspx
Contact Us – email@example.com
or call (504) 874-0787 for more information
Enrollment is open through June 5th, 2023 – participants will be notified of acceptance to the program on a rolling basis.
*The GenCyber program is financially supported by the National Security Agency, the National Science Foundation and other federal partners on an annual basis.