COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) will award 40 full scholarships to area high school students to attend the TEEX Cybersecurity Summer Camp.
Bryan and College Station area students who will have completed the 9th or 10th grade in May 2014 are eligible to participate in the five-day program based at the TEEX State Headquarters in College Station.
Designed to provide them with an introduction to the computing and cybersecurity industry, this camp examines the research, career and education opportunities in the cybersecurity field through guest speakers, training, field trips and simulations.
Two sessions, with a maximum of 20 students each, will be held June 23 – 27 and July 28 — Aug. 1. This opportunity is made possible through a grant from the Texas Workforce Commission’s “Governor’s Summer Merit Program.”
Applications are due May 30, 2014. For more information and registration, please visit www.TEEX.org/Cybercamp
About The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service
TEEX makes a difference by providing training, developing practical solutions and saving lives. World renowned for its hands-on, customized training, TEEX offers a wide range of technical and skills training programs aimed at employed workers and those entering the labor force. TEEX provides training and technical assistance to people from all 50 states, five U.S. territories, the District of Columbia and 79 countries. TEEX is also the sponsoring agency for Texas Task Force 1.