Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security

2018 AFA CyberCamp

The University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security (Pitt Cyber) in partnership with Robert Morris University is hosting a week-long Air Force Association CyberCamp for high school students (entering 9th grade – graduating 12th grade) from July 23-27, 2018.

The camp is designed for a range of technical skill levels, including low digital literacy, and is focused on cyber ethics and systems security. The camp is free for all students as a part of our commitment to the region's workforce development. The camp begins at 9 AM and concludes at 3 PM Monday through Friday, except for an early check-in period on Monday.

This year we are pleased to partner with RMU, who will host a satellite location for the standard curriculum. We are also excited to offer a new advanced camp for those who completed last year's camp. Please note that space for the Advanced Camp is extremely limited, and registration for it requires successful completion of the 2017 AFA CyberCamp hosted by Pitt Cyber.

When registering, also please be sure to select only one camp (standard or advanced) and campus location (Pitt or RMU). Unless otherwise noted, all information entered on the registration form should be that of the student.

We're excited for you to join us!

Eventbrite - 2018 AFA CyberCamp hosted by Pitt Cyber in partnership with RMU

While you wait for the 2018 camp, enjoy a selection of media coverage from our inaugural camp in 2017:

PittWire - Securing Cyberspace: High Schoolers Learn What It Takes to Fight High-tech Threats

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Zero by Zero edges out the Cupcakes in Pitt cyber camp competition

Tribune Review - Students learn cyber security and teamwork at Pitt camp

The Indiana Gazette - Students participate in cyber security camp

2017 Media Gallery