A variety of educational and athletic camps will again be offered on Dakota State University’s campus in Madison this summer.
Several camps highlight Dakota State’s cyber programming, including GenCyber Teachers, Co-Ed, and Girls camps. The three camps are week-long, and attendees will stay on-campus for the duration.
The GenCyber Teachers camp is dedicated to educating middle and high school STEM teachers and helping them to incorporate cybersecurity lessons in the classroom. The DSU GenCyber co-ed camp is designed for high school students entering grades 10-12 with the intent to teach students to learn, hack, fix, and explore cybersecurity. The GenCyber Girls in CybHER® Security Middle School Residential Camp is for sixth through ninth graders.
A 4-H Teen Leadership Conference will also be held on campus for teens, age 13-18, regardless of 4-H enrollment. Teens will stay on campus for a week while engaging in workshop sessions, keynote presentations, and community service projects to grow personally and professionally.
DSU athletics is also hosting several sports camps this summer.
More information on the various camps being held on the DSU campus can be found on the university’s website.