GSIS Spy Camp - Global Security and Intelligence Studies

GSIS Spy Camp - Global Security and Intelligence Studies

Have you ever dreamed of being a spy? Would you want a career as an undercover agent?

This summer students can immerse themselves in the world of security and intelligence to learn about espionage, investigative and surveillance techniques, as well as counterintelligence. Our College of Security and Intelligence is the first and only school in the nation, and is led by top-notch faculty with real world experience in protecting our government’s assets and secrets. Students will be trained to develop a heightened sense of awareness of their surroundings, learn the importance of a mission, and use analytical skills by gathering, summarizing, and interpreting information collected through a series of missions and operations. ERAU’s Spy Camp is a real hands-on introduction to the world of counterintelligence, and will cover a wide range of topics including surveillance and concealment, code breaking and elicitation, spy tools, gadgets, and weaponry.

Registration for Summer 2019 will open on Monday, December 3, 2018.  In the meantime if you would like more information or to be put on our email list, please email us or complete the form on the right.

For: High school students ages 15-18 who are interested in security and intelligence

Program Fee: TBD

Program Dates: TBD

Location: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott, 3700 Willow Creek Road, Prescott, AZ 86301

Please visit parent resources for a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions.

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Prescott, AZ
Phone: 928-777-3956

Summer Overnight Camps

Live on campus like Embry-Riddle students and explore career possibilities in flight, mechanical engineering, global security, or what it is like to be a NASA astronaut.

Embry-Riddle's overnight summer programs at the Daytona Beach Campus and Prescott Campus introduce the technology of today to the aviators, engineers, and astronauts of tomorrow.

Students live in on-campus dormitories — under the supervision of approved counselors — and share their initial experience of University living with other young people near their age