Camp information and link to register is below.
Virtual Camp * Entering Grades 9-12 * June 28-July 2 * 9AM-NOON * $160 * Needs-based scholarships available
Are you in awe of the 3D computer graphics you see in movies, TV shows, and games? Do you wonder what it takes to do that? Do you think that you can be creative like that too, if only you could just get started? Have we got a camp for you! Blender is a totally awesome software package that allows you to do your own 3D modeling, rendering, and animation. In this camp, you will use it to learn 3D viewing, moving objects in 3D, creating 3D geometry, coloring, lighting, rendering, and animation. It’s demanding computer work, but the results will amaze you! Best of all, Blender software is free, so you can keep using it long after the camp is over. This camp will move through subject material quickly and is designed for those students who will enjoy a high-intensity creative experience. Please go to blender.org and load the Blender software onto your computer and make sure it runs before signing up for this camp. If you have any questions about loading software, please email [email protected]
In-Person Camp * OSU Campus * Entering Grades 9-12 * July 12-16 * 9AM-NOON * $160 ($110 after automatic discount) * Additional needs-based scholarships available
Interested in learning more about the exciting field of cybersecurity? Join us for 5 days to be exposed to a wide range of hands-on security related topics, which includes a number of exciting labs and challenges. This camp will feature students from many locations and also include guest speakers with deep experience in cyber security technologies and careers, as well as cyber security educators. Note: While the actual cost of the camp is $160, camp sponsors have provided funds to reduce the camp cost for all participants. Therefore, an automatic $50 discount will be applied at the time of registration for all participants. In addition to the discount, there are additional needs-based scholarships funds that can be applied to the remaining $110. If you are in need of a virtual option, there may be one available here: https://www.nwcyber.camp.
In-Person Camp * OSU Campus * Entering Grades 9-12 * July 19-23 * 9AM-NOON * $160 * ($110 after automatic discount) * Additional needs-based scholarships available
The Advanced NW Cyber Camp will continue with the information and tools that you learned in the NW Cyber Camp. The campers will delve deeper and solve more challenging cyber puzzles and be exposed to a wider range of advanced tools seen in the information security industry. Prerequisites: Must have already attended one of the following events or have a teacher recommendation: NW Cyber Camp, Cyber Patriot Camp, any other organized cyber camp or event that covers basic security concepts. Note: While the actual cost of the camp is $160, camp sponsors have provided funds to reduce the camp cost for all participants. Therefore, an automatic $50 discount will be applied at the time of registration for all participants. In addition to the discount, there are additional needs-based scholarships funds that can be applied to the remaining $110. If you are in need of a virtual option, there may be one available here: https://www.nwcyber.camp.
Hybrid Camp * Morning at OSU and Afternoon at Home * Entering Grades 9-12 * July 26-30 * 9AM-4PM * N/C (Lunch Provided)
Have you ever wondered how transportation systems are planned, designed, constructed, operated, and maintained? In this camp, students will engage in a combination of hands-on learning, local "field trips", and remote activities that emphasize the importance and breadth of the transportation engineering discipline. The camp is being scheduled for hybrid delivery but could move more towards in-person activities if the situation allows. In-person activities, including lunch, will be held between 9 am and 1 pm; remote activities will be held between 2:30 pm and 4 pm. In-person activities will include a local bike tour, drone activity, and design session in which students will have the opportunity to propose solutions to real-world challenges. Remote activities will include virtual tours of the Corvallis Airport and OSU Marine Studies Building in Newport, a hands-on evacuation modeling activity, and presentations on topics including transportation resilience, distracted driving, engineering ethics, and emerging modes of transportation. Note: This program has received substantive external funding from FHWA and ODOT and will be offered at no cost to participating students. ONLY Oregon residents are eligible for this camp. Acceptance into this camp will depend on their application. The first step will be to complete the online registration for this camp, after which students will submit short answers to a few questions to be considered for acceptance. To register for this camp, please go to tinyurl.com/OSU2021STI (please note this is a different link from the regular summer camp link).