Program Length: 3 weeks
Location: NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering. (VIRTUAL for 2021)
Admissions Req: FOR NYC and NJ residents!! (Must live in one of the five New York City boroughs or smaller neigh-boring cities such as Jersey City, Newark, or Hempstead)… though… it IS virtual for 2021 so it might be more open to more students…we’re checking on that!
For all students entering 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade by September.
You just need 2@ 250 word or less essays about your interest in this computing program (don’t let this seem daunting, they just want to know why you’re passionate about STEM and their program) and your STEM community.
You will also need a laptop (Chromebooks are not compatible) and a strong and reliable WIFI connection.
Highlight: Are you interested in a career in the field of engineering? Particularly computer engineering? Then get an introduction on the fundamentals of cybersecurity and computer science in NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering CS4CS 3 week full-day summer computing program. Tackle a variety of topics including digital forensics, steganography, “white-hat” hacking, and cryptography. This FREE computing program will introduce you to a world of computer technology where you will be able to test your passion for STEM through hands-on learning and challenges. You don’t need a background in programming or cybersecurity for this computing program, just bring along your passion and interest for STEM, and your enthusiasm. This computing program will enhance your passion and educate you to pursue a career that will change the world of technology. As Alan Kay once said, “the best way to predict the future is to invent it,” and you could be the one to invent the next computing protection program or national security program with this computing program. Let the New York University Tandon School of Engineering computing program introduce you to this world of possibility! Be the next great computer engineer, and apply to this computing program by mid April to start programming your future!
Financial: …and, ofc…it’s free!