ROME, N.Y. -- High school students are getting to learn something cool this summer.
Griffiss Institute in Rome is holding Cyber Camp 2.0 this week for students in grades 8 through 12.
The camp provides hands on learning experiences in cyber security, programming, critical thinking, applied learning, as well as engineering methods.
One student says his interest in computer security, sparked him to look into cyber camp.
No prior experience is required for students in cyber camp.
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