Yale to hold summer camp with FBI

Yale University says it's teaming up with the FBI to offer a summer camp for teens.



Organizers say the Future Law Enforcement Youth Academy will teach students about cyber-technology and forensics.



They say the teens will live on the Yale campus for a week while FBI employees act as chaperones.



The school says students must have at least a 2.7 GPA.



The camp is set to start July 24. 


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