CyberCity Sparks Interest In College

Camp Seeks Out Kids Who May Not Think Higher Ed Accessible

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Posted: June 21, 2014

Taniya Johnson, who conducts cybersecurity training for the federal government, helps rising Harrisonburg High School freshman Jorge Tejeda, 13, disable the securities on a PC computer while learning about cybersecurity during James Madison University’s annual CyberCity technology camp Friday. (Photos by Nikki Fox)
Measuring out ingredients (from left) are Nick Campbell, 15, of Amherst, Ezra Kasten, 13, of Bridgewater, Erwyn Duran, 14, of McGaheysville, and Elijah Christmas, 14, of Chesterfield, during a reverse-engineering class at James Madison University’s CyberCity technology camp on Friday morning.

HARRISONBURG — About 45 students from local schools and beyond are getting hands-on tech experience and a feel for college life at James Madison University this week.

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