The University of Kansas (KU) will host the 2024 GenCyber Summer Camp for Teachers on July 22 – July 26, 2024. This teacher camp is supported by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). It is part of the GenCyber Program. The general goals of the program are: (1) Ignite, sustain, and increase awareness of K12 cybersecurity content and cybersecurity postsecondary and career opportunities for participants through year-round engagement; (2) Increase student diversity in cybersecurity college and career readiness pathways at the K-12 level; and (3) Facilitate teacher readiness within a teacher learning community to learn, develop, and deliver cybersecurity content for the K-12 classroom in collaboration with other nationwide initiatives. 

Eligibility and Logistics

All camp participants must reside in the United States and be K-12 teachers at a school in the United States. Space is limited and when the camp is full, you will be placed on a waiting list and notified when a spot becomes available.

Lunches and snacks will be provided during the camp. The stipend is to compensate the time and travel costs of the participants for attending the camp: (1) Local participants will receive a $1000 stipend; (2) Participants from Topeka and Kansas City metropolitan area will receive a $1500 stipend; (3) Participants from western Kansas and other neighboring states will receive a $1750 stipend; (4) Participants from other states (who need to fly in) will receive a $2000 stipend.