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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It’s an unusual summer camp experience.

Instead of soaking up the sun, local girls learned how to become ethical hackers.

“You had to learn how to uncrack a code and the code lets you unlock a briefcase,” camp attendee Saniya Dodd said.

For one week, Forsyth Technical Community College offers a Girls GenCyber Robotics/Cybersecurity camp.

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15 08 18

For the week of August 6th through August 10th, Forsyth Tech held their second “Raspberry Pi” GenCyber Camp. The camp was open to boys and girls in the Forsyth and Stokes County areas. Topics discussed were: the 10 Principles of Cyber Security, Drone Technology and how to stay safe while flying and Raspberry Pi Construction, troubleshooting, programming, Horticulture, 3D Printing and Biotechnology (the kids got to extract their own DNA and take it home!).

Check out the pictures below for some action shots from the successful camp!

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For the week of July 23rd  through July 27th, Forsyth Tech held their first “Girls In IT” GenCyber Camp. The camp was open to girls in the Forsyth and Stokes County areas. Topics discussed were: the 10 Principles of Cyber Security, Drone Technology and how to stay safe while flying, Kamigami Robots, Apple Swift Playgrounds, Horticulture, 3D Printing and Biotechnology (the girls got to extract their own DNA and take it home!).

Check out the pictures below for some action shots from the successful camp!

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Forsyth Tech’s K-12 Cybersecurity Initiative partners with Meadowlark Elementary to teach students about cybersecurity safety.