Summer Cyber WorkshopSFSC Summer Cyber Workshop

Dates:

Week 1 – CRN 30626

Minecraft Coding Tech Camp
June 10 – 13 (no Friday)

Don’t just play Minecraft, create your own world! If your child loves Minecraft and wants to learn how to design and program new ideas into their worlds, then join us in this awesome Minecraft Coding Tech Camp. 

What Kids Will Learn
In Minecraft Coding Tech Camp, kids become the ruler of their own world, controlling their mobs and creatures while learning to change, customize, and edit their Minecraft territory. Kids learn how to code with a block-based visual programming language, using if-then and while-do statements, variables, and loops. With these tools, they automate processes inside the game, such as farming and mining.

Code Builder is a feature that allows students to learn coding in Minecraft using tools like Code.org, Tynker, Scratch, and Microsoft MakeCode. Students can use blocks of code to build and create in Minecraft.

Minecraft also helps prepare students for the future workplace, building skills like collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and systems thinking. The open learning environment gives students the freedom to experiment, encouraging creative self-expression and problem solving.

Week 2 – CRN 30627

Summer Cyber Workshop
June 17 – 20 (no Friday)

The SFSC Highlands Summer Cyber Workshop is a five-day technical camp designed to excite middle school students about cybersecurity and STEM career opportunities. Students will learn important cyber defense skills to protect their personal devices and information from outside threats through hands-on instruction and fun activities in a well-equipped computer training classroom. Instructors use curriculum developed by the U.S. government and prominent industry leaders.

Time:

7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Fee:

$95 per week, includes breakfast, but no lunch

Who can attend?

Students who have completed grades 6 – 8.