Inaugural Cybercrime Investigation Camp July 13-15

New Cybercrime Investigation Camp offers high school students an opportunity to explore an emerging field.
Inaugural Cybercrime Investigation Camp July 13-15

The University of Scranton’s Cybercrime and Homeland Security program is launching a new Cybercrime Investigation Camp this July. This camp will offer high school students a special opportunity to explore the emerging and dynamic field of cybersecurity, explore potential career paths, and offers real-world learning experiences in cybercriminal profiling, cybersecurity countermeasures, cyber law, and digital forensics.

“Recent events have shown us how vital cyber is for our everyday life. We're pleased to offer this introduction to cybercrime investigation, as a way of educating local students on cybersecurity threats and to encourage them to consider a future in the cyber profession.” said Dr. Michael Jenkins, Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, & Criminology.

The inaugural Cybersecurity investigation Camp will take place from July 13 through July 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. There is no fee for students attending this camp and participation is open to students who will be in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall 2021. The priority application deadline is Monday, May 31, 2021, after which new applications will continue to be considered until spots are filled. Interested students can apply for the camp here. 

The Cybercrime and Homeland Security program is one of the University’s newest programs and is located within the Sociology, Criminal Justice and Criminology Department. For more information about the University’s Cybercrime and Homeland Security program please click here. 

For more information or questions about the Cybercrime and Homeland Security Camp, please contact Dr. Michael Jenkins at or 570-941-6170.

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