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K-64 Summer Camps

Coding Fun & Ethical Hacking

K-64 and CVCC’s Information Technology Department are partnering together to offer two summer camps for middle school students: Coding Fun and Ethical Hacking. Thanks to AnitaB.org, both camps are free to participants and include lunch.  Check out the information below and sign your middle school student up today!

Coding Fun

Ozobot programming, Drone programming, and Website design…it’s all here!

Coding Fun Camp will provide an opportunity for middle school students to learn about programming Ozobots, designing web pages, and programming Drones in a fun atmosphere! Students will leave the camp with their own Ozobot Bit along with a basic understanding of programming and web design. Hands-on practice with writing simple programs and developing websites is the main focus of the camp. Students will have the opportunity to experience firsthand how the programs work through the Ozobots and flying Drones. In addition, they will leave the camp with an understanding of social media safety and what should be done if they experience cyberbullying. Lunch will be provided for all participants.  Catawba Valley Community College’s Information Technology department in partnership with K-64 will host this one-week summer camp for middle school students July 8 – July 12 from 9 am to 4 pm.

Space is limited!  Click here to register your student today!

Ethical Hacking

What is Ethical Hacking? Join us and learn all about it!

Ethical Hacking Camp will provide middle school students with hands-on experience completing labs that are designed for the industry certification of Certified Ethical Hacker.  Participants will learn how information networks function and then get an opportunity to implement and break security in hands-on labs.  Students will be required to sign a waiver prior to the start of the camp stating skills learned will not be used for illegal purposes. They will also leave the camp with a thumb drive, an understanding of social media safety, and what to do if they experience cyberbullying. Lunch will be provided for all participants. Catawba Valley Community College’s Information Technology department in partnership with K-64 will host this one-week summer camp for middle school students July 15 – July 19 from 9 am to 4 pm.

Space is limited! Click here register your student today!