Frequently Asked Questions
Charlotte InfraGard CyberCamp strives to make camp available to all children and confidential assistance may be provided to the extent possible to cover a portion of your child’s registration fee.
If a child is selected, an acceptance email will be sent. In this email will be an option to apply for scholarship assistance. If you have concerns or questions, please email email@example.com.
Accepted applications will be emailed with specific directions on where and when to send in payment.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with STUDENT NAME and BACK OUT in the Subject line of the email.
An Email goes out on/about March 6th 2020 to both those who were accepted and those who were denied.
Students are expected to arrive at CyberCamp clean and neatly dressed. Choice of clothing rest primarily with students, and should in no way interfere with learning.
T-Shirts will be provided and guidance on days which to wear these T-Shirts will be provided upon First Day of the CyberCamp.
Students should be appropriately dressed for CyberCamp.
Students are allowed to bring their phones to CyberCamp. Phone usage and expectations will be defined during the first day of CyberCamp.
CyberCamp will provide each student lunch throughout the week. Lunch will be provisioned via Microsoft’s robust cafeteria which offers a wide range of dietary needs for most any Student (Gluten free, Paleo, Nut free, High/Low calorie needs, etc).
CyberCamp will also provide drinks within the classroom throughout the week. These drinks consist mostly of bottled water and a few types of canned soft drinks.
CyberCamp will also provide snacks which include snack sized bags of chips, crackers, and pretzels.
Overnight lodging is currently NOT provided by the CyberCamp, however there are many housing options within the immediate area of the CyberCamp.
Students should be Arrive by 7:45 EDT AM and plan to depart by 4:00 PM EDT at Microsoft’s Campus (8055 Microsoft Way, Charlotte, NC 28273).
Parents are strongly encouraged to join and participate on the afternoon of Friday June 26th. If you’d like to watch any other time, please contact Doug Cassle at email@example.com.
CyberCamp is completely community funded (donations and volunteers). To continue to provide the Charlotte Community this incredible opportunity for our youth, Sponsors are required.
Sponsors can be both individual and organizations in nature.
Please visit our Sponsor page if you or someone you know can assist with the Charlotte CyberCamp Mission.
CyberCamp is designed for those who have limited exposure to Cybersecurity tools as well as those who’ve had experience with these type of tools.
It is recommended, prior to attending the camp, to review the OSI Model, NMap, and Wireshark in efforts to Maximize your value of the CyberCamp.