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Air Force Association Partner with AT&T to Hold First AFA CyberCamps

CyberStockThe Air Force Association has partnered with AT&T to hold the first edition of AFA Cybercamps, a series of week-long seminars that seek to introduce cyber ethics and network security topics to school-age students.

AFA said Monday its CyberPatriot program will host 83 CyberCamps across the nation, two of which, the California and Texas camps, were hosted by AT&T on July 11 to 15.

The CyberCamps curriculum is designed to provide students between grades six and 12 with four-hour instruction periods and activity modules such as teacher guides, student workbooks and demonstration softwares.

AT&T had contributed $100,000 to the AFA in 2015 and part of that grant went to the AFA CyberCamps.

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