Columbus State University (CSU) invites rising 6th-8th grade girls to participate in the 2021 GenCyber Summer Camp. GenCyber is a program sponsored by the National Security Administration (NSA) that aims to broaden cybersecurity awareness among K-12 students. CSU's GenCyber program focuses on building cybersecurity awareness and related skills in middle school-aged girls, in an effort to promote future diversity and inclusion in this growing field. Participants are not required to have any cybersecurity knowledge to attend this camp, but they are required to have a curious mind! Over five days, these girls will expand their knowledge and interest in cybersecurity, virtual etiquette and ethics, future career opportunities, as well as leadership and collaboration skills. Upon conclusion, they will have the knowledge and skills necessary to be a true Cybersecurity Ambassador! This camp will be taught by CSU professors, with additional classroom support provided by computer science students. Campers will be physically distanced, in small pods, and required to wear masks while on campus. Snacks and lunch will be provided daily, as well as all related materials and supplies. Registration is free, but limited. Reserve your daughter's spot soon!