Super
Cyber
Camp

When: January 2 – 5, 2024

Where: SCF Bradenton

  • Learn engineering skills by programming in Minecraft.
  • Use Virtual Reality to learn about Cybersecurity.
  • Daily Camp – come one or two days, or the whole week.
  • Have fun and make friends!
A smiling girl is sitting in front of a desk computer with Minecraft on it.

Minecraft

Campers will use Minecraft Education Edition to learn programming and engineering by building circuits.

Virtual Reality

Campers will learn about and explore virtual environments using the Oculus Quest 2.

Cybersecurity

We'll learn about cybersecurity by defending against simulated cyber attacks in virtual reality!

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Join us at SCF Bradenton for Super Cyber Camp from January 2 – 5, 2024.

Code. Play. Learn.

Campers in Manatee and Sarasota counties will enjoy hands-on, high-tech fun. SCF’s Coding Academy offers STEM-based camps at SCF Bradenton. Campers will learn engineering skills using Minecraft. They will learn how to defend against simulated cybersecurity threats in virtual reality. Join us during Winter Break for a week of fun with friends and high-tech hands-on learning!

“My son just finished the coding camp and had all positive things to say every day! ... He will definitely go back next summer!”

Nancy L.

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When: January 2 – 5, 2024

Where: SCF Bradenton, 5840 26th St W, Bradenton, FL 34207
BLDG 8, 26 West Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation
Off 60th Ave, next to the SCF Library

The health and safety of our campers and staff remain our highest priority. Below, you will find a summary of actions we are taking to help ensure we are lowering COVID-19 risk as much as possible. We are:

  • Intensifying cleaning and disinfection practices within our facilities and premises by cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces such as door handles, tables, chairs, computer keyboards and mice, tablets, robotic kits, and other camp equipment.
  • Keeping campers in small groups of 8 and spacing them out by providing seating which is 6 feet part and ensuring that campers rotate together in the same small groups weekly.
  • Promoting healthy hygiene practices by monitoring campers to make sure they are washing their hands, providing campers with hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol when they don’t have easy access to soap and water, encouraging children to cover their coughs and sneezes with a tissue or to use the inside of their elbow, and posting signs about these healthy habits around the camp facility.
  • Masks are optional.
  • If a child does get sick at camp, we have identified an area where they can rest, be watched after, and safely isolate from others. We will communicate with parents or caretakers directly and, if necessary, arrange for the child to be taken to a healthcare facility for care.

We ask that you help us protect the health of campers this summer. Anyone who is sick or was sick with COVID-19 or recently in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days— including staff, campers, and families— should not come to camp. Be on the lookout for symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, and loss of taste or smell. Call your doctor if you think you or a family member is sick. If you have a specific question about this plan or COVID-19, please contact Desh Bagley for more information. You can also find more information about COVID-19 at the CDC Coronavirus page or on the CDC’s website for youth and summer camps.

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