Cybersecurity Summer Camp


gencyber logoThe Delgado GenCyber Cyber Sleuth Camp is an inclusive, fun and informative program designed to introduce 8th-12th grade students in the Greater New Orleans Area to the field of Digital Forensics, Incident Response (DFIR) and Cybersecurity.  Participants will develop hands-on investigation skills by solving realistic cases with professional forensics tools and techniques. Students will also learn practical cyber self-defense skills and explore career opportunities in the dynamic fields of Cybersecurity and DFIR! 


Any student in 8th - 12th Grade who resides in the United States, is enrolled in a United States high school and is interested in participating is welcome! No prior experience is required. 


cyber sleuth logoThe Delgado GenCyber Camps are made possible with funds from the GenCyber Program* so the camps are absolutely free of charge to participants! In addition to free tuition, participants will be provided with a Camp T-Shirt & Materials, a RTA bus pass if needed and served breakfast and lunch. All students who are present throughout the week will earn a Certificate in Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) from Go Learn Labs.

When & Where

Two in-person summer camp sessions will be hosted by the Computer Information Technology Department on Delgado Community College campuses.

CSSL characters (diverse group of teens)

Delgado GenCyber Camp Schedule:

Session #1 - June 17-21, 2024 - Delgado City Park Campus (Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm, plus hybrid post-camp career guidance and interactive activities)


Session #2 - June 24-28, 2024 - Delgado Westbank Campus (Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm, plus hybrid post-camp career guidance and interactive activities)

Space is limited so PLEASE REGISTER NOW to secure a spot!

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Contact Us -
or call (504) 874-0787 for more information  

Enrollment is open through June 3, 2024 - participants will be notified of acceptance to the program on a rolling basis.

*The GenCyber program is financially supported by the National Security Agency, the National Science Foundation and other federal partners on an annual basis.