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The Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp is a fun, innovative and hands-on way for a child to explore the fields of Cyber Security and Robotics. Students who attend should demonstrate skills in math and science, with an additional interest in STEM and computers.
The Augusta Cyber and Robotics Camp is broken down into two sessions. Each sessions runs for two weeks. The first week will be the Cyber portion and the second week will the Robotics portion. Students MUST attend each week of each session.
The camp is free to all accepted students and spaces are limited to 30 students per session. Students are selected by a random process.
Each camp will be held at the Augusta Municipal Building, located at 535 Telfair Street, Augusta, Georgia 30901.
Camp hours are 9am-4pm M-F with early drop-off beginning at 8:00am and late pickup by 5:30pm.
Selected applicants will be provided a tee shirt at no cost.
Each child MUST bring their own lunch. Two snacks will be provided daily.
The Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp is open to rising 6th grade students through 8th grade students who are residents of Richmond County. In order to allow the Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp to reach more Richmond County students, previous participants will not be accepted.
We are accepting applications for the Augusta Cyber and Robotics Camp in the summer of the camp.
Once you apply, you will receive an email confirmation.
Applicants who are chosen to participate in the Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp will receive an email the week of May 18th with instructions on how to proceed.
Applicants with any additional questions may contact Ms. Shelly Good of the City of Augusta Information Technology Department at (706)-821-2522 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am and 5pm.