Youth can learn computer skills, build a Raspberry Pi at LCSC camp

Students ages 13-18 can build a Raspberry Pi from a kit during the Cybercore Summer Camp July 18-21 at Lewis-Clark State College.

The camp, intended to introduce junior high and high school students to computer-related fields like cybersecurity and networking, runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Lewiston campus, according to an LCSC news release.

The $150 cost includes a Raspberry Pi kit, accessories, a T-shirt and lunch each day. A Raspberry Pi is a tiny computer that can be used to learn computer programming through fun and practical projects.

Registration, at, is open until June 20, but space is limited, according to the news release.

Participants will meet industry mentors through demonstrations and lectures and tour area facilities. The program was designed in collaboration with the Idaho National Laboratory, Cybercore, INL Stem K-12, and other industry partners and higher education institutions.

More information is available by emailing or calling (208) 792-2293.

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