Virginia high school students will get the chance to learn about the cybersecurity industry during the summer.
The state is funding 32 “summer cybercamp” programs that will teach students about career opportunities in the fast-growing field.
The state education department says the camps will offer at least 70 hours of instruction. Students will get to participate in field trips and hear from guest speakers, among other activities.
A version of this article appeared in the March 23, 2016 edition of Education Week as Cybersecurity Camps Offered To Virginia High Schoolers