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SESSION 4: July 22nd to July 26th – High School

AM Block 8:30 am – 11:30 am
PM Block 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
All Day 8:30 am – 3:00 pm


AM Block 8:30 am – 11:30 am

Cyber 1: Introduction into the World of Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity lock icon.

One Week: June 24th to June 28th, 2019
Time: 8:30 am – 11:30 am
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What to Expect: While we see the outcomes from lack of cybersecurity in the news via breaches, many don’t know the full scope of the exciting world of cybersecurity! The Introduction into the World of Cybersecurity summer camp experience promises to expose participants to exciting hands-on activities by top industry professionals in ethical hacking, digital forensics, and open source investigation. Participants will discuss industry requirements, and explore the possibilities of choosing a career in cybersecurity. Activities will also include a field trip to the Cyber Security Operations Center at Northrop Grumman Corporation.

Cyber 2: Exploring Challenges in Cybersecurity

Cyber Lock

One Week: June 24th to June 28th, 2019
Time: 8:30 am – 11:30 am
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What to Expect: Exploring the challenges of modern cybersecurity builds on what students learn in Cyber 1. This course workshop explores the challenges that programmers are faced with in a rapidly changing, highly volatile environment. This hands on course, challenges students to apply what they have learned into practical applications.

All students must have taken Cyber 1 to enroll in Cyber 2.

Cyber 3: Advanced Cybersecurity Game Design/Development

Cyber Lock

One Week: June 24th to June 28th, 2019
Time: 8:30 am – 11:30 am
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What to Expect: Advanced Cybersecurity is the logical step to take your understanding and skill of cybersecurity to the next level. In this week-long course, students learn about topics in web application security, exploitation, cryptography, and others. Completion of Cyber 1/2 is required and programming experience in C++, Java, Javascript, Python and/or PHP is highly recommended as prerequisites to this next level course.

 

Voice Academy

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One Week: July 22nd to July 26th, 2019
Time: 8:30 am – 11:30 am
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What to Expect: Singers of all proficiency levels are invited to join us for a week-long summer camp dedicated to musical enrichment and growth.  This vocal course offers an opportunity to have a fun and rewarding musical experience under the tutelage of UMBC music faculty member Janice Jackson, Director of the Jubilee Singers, and UMBC.  Daily experiences will include voice class, repertoire class, individual instruction/coaching, music theory and sight reading.  Voice instruction will emphasize correct posture and breath, healthy tone production, diction and articulation, expressive interpretation of folk songs, art songs and musical theatre songs, stage presence, poise and personal motivation.

 


PM Block 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Belt It Like Broadway

Broadway theater.

One Week: July 22nd to July 26th, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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What to Expect: Who doesn’t love a great Broadway Show tune? Learn to sing your favorite Broadway songs with power and finesse! Posture, breath, resonance, voice placement, character building are all areas that you will have a chance to learn and improve.

 

 

LEAD: Leadership Exploration and Development

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One Week: July 22nd to July 26th, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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What to Expect: The world needs leaders now more than ever regardless of age, rLEAD is a curriculum of interactive  workshops and experiences designed to cultivate leadership excellence. Each workshop and experiences is specifically designed to help students enhance their leadership competencies as well as develop their leadership potential. Each LEAD workshop is grounded in the Seven C’s Social Change Leadership Model.

The Social Change Model examines leadership development from three different perspectives:

Individual: What personal qualities are we attempting to foster and develop in those who participate in a leadership development program?  What personal qualities are most supportive of group functioning and positive social change?

Group: How can the collaborative leadership development process be designed not only to facilitate the development of the desired individual qualities (above) but also to effect positive social change?

Community:Toward what social ends is the leadership development activity directed?  What kinds of activities are the most effective in energizing the group and in developing desired personal qualities in the individual?

Workshop topics will include; Leadership Theory, Communication Skills, Multiculturalism, Creating a Vision, Ethical Decision Making, Who Am I? and Collaborating with Difficult People.

Participants will learn:

  • To improve their leadership competence and cultivate their leadership potential
  • To develop practical application and increase understanding of leadership roles
  • To connect everyday activities to  leadership roles and organizational activities.
  • To develop the skills needed to have a positive impact on their community
  • To better understand how to apply leadership to their life

Web Development

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One Week: July 22nd to July 26th, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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What to Expect: Learn how to create your own website this summer with our Web Development summer program! In Web Development, students will learn how to build their own mobile friendly, responsive website. Students will learn how to use HTML, CSS, and Javascript, by the end students will have the tools in toolbelt to be able to build their own websites!

This class can be taken multiple times.  Repeating courses takes students deeper into the material builds their understanding, competency and skill.


All Day 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Moot Court

Statue holding justice scales.

One Week: July 22nd to July 26th, 2019
Time: 8:30 am – 11:30 am
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What to Expect: Are you curious about what the Constitution means? Do you like to argue your point of view? If so, Moot Court is for you. You will learn how to argue before the Supreme Court using a fictitious case about affirmative action in higher education. Along the way, you will also gain confidence in public speaking and learn how the legal system works. We will also take a trip to Washington to tour the Supreme Court. At the end of the two week program, we will hold an oral argument at the University of Baltimore Law School. There, you will have a chance to show off your skills as a lawyer and a Supreme Court justice.