The Marillyn A. Hewson Cybersecurity Summer Camp is designed to expose area high school students — rising freshmen to seniors — to the world of cybersecurity and inspire students to pursue a career in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Students can learn the basics of cybersecurity and web infrastructure in the standard camp or take on a more challenging curriculum in the advanced camp.
Minerva is designed to introduce young women to the college experience and business career opportunities. During the week, students will participate in informative sessions with Culverhouse College of Business faculty and staff, learn about career opportunities in business, build leadership and communication skills, complete a service project and take field trips for experiential learning. Additionally, students will experience campus life and connect with like-minded women interested in business.
The Diversity in Business Bridge Program (DBBP) provides additional college preparation, with a specific focus on business as a major/career, thereby promoting postsecondary success for underrepresented minority students by helping them make a smoother transition to college. Dedicated college financial support will be available to program graduates who enroll at UA to pursue a degree in business.