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iD Tech Camps for kids!

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How do kids and teens get into the college of their dreams?  Break into the gaming industry?  Publish their own iPhone and Android Apps?  Design websites?  Create animated films?  Or build functioning robots?   Their game plan starts here.

At iD Tech Camps, beginner to advanced students ages 7-17 create iPhone and Android apps, video games, programs with C++ and Java, movies with special effects, websites, 3D models, robots, photos, and more.

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WHY 150,000 STUDENTS HAVE CHOSEN iD TECH CAMPS

  • Fun, un-school environment with an emphasis on experiential learning and creating a final project.
  • Summer programs held at 60+ prestigious universities in 26 states.  This includes the University of Washington in Seattle and Bothell, Stanford, UCLA, Princeton, NYU, and others.
  • Small class sizes (max 8:1 guaranteed) separated by age group for personalized 1-on-1 instruction.
  • Personalized curriculum with a small group of peers; learn and socialize with kids and staff who share similar interests.
  • Exciting college campus environments where students experience project-based STEM (Science, Technology, Education, and Math) learning, blended with traditional camp activities.
  • Qualified, trained staff who come from top universities.
  • Year-round learning opportunities with free monthly online workshops as well as iD Tech 365 – an online subscription service where students learn from tech tutorials, compete in gaming tournaments, and stay connected through community forums.
  • Accredited Continuing Education Units available from Stanford or Villanova to help enhance your college application.
  • New iD Game Plan, a learning platform for best results with long term skill development.
  • Flexibility!  Enroll now and make changes up until 3 weeks before the start of your session without penalty fees.

ALSO, SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR TEENS

iD Gaming Academy, iD Programming Academy, and iD Visual Arts Academy – Ages 13-18 also have the option of immersing in 2-week, specialized, pre-college summer programs, where they build a portfolio for college and interact with industry professionals.  Held at select prestigious universities, including the University of Washington (Seattle), Stanford, UCLA, Yale, Princeton, and more.  Visit iDTeenAcademies.com.

QUESTIONS?

Visit www.internalDrive.com for more information and to register online (check real-time-up-to-the-minute-availability).  Or call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) to speak to a Program Advisor.  Flexibility!  Enroll now and make changes up until 3 weeks before the start of your session without penalty fees.

By on March 7th, 2013

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21 thoughts on “iD Tech Camps for kids!”

  1. Given how much tech has invaded EVERYTHING these days, every kid should attend! I want to attend just so I can catch up!

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  2. I think that this would be a great way to help kids receive an education that aren’t the regular 4 year student. Some just don’t function well in the regular classroom setting, but are very smart kids.

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  3. My son was put into an advanced class for game design while still in high school and excelled at it. Unfortunately he was diagnosed with systemic lupus so a dream deferred .

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  4. Wow! These camps sound incredibly interesting. I wish they had these camps when my daughter was young. I developed and ran an experiential learning camp program with a different focus but the kids loved it!

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  5. These camps are incredible and I’m interested in one of my boys becoming involved. It seems this is an U.S. only company which hurts! I will be looking into their site for futher info and am glad that you wrote about them. Perhaps I will find a local equivilant or my son may stay some of his summer in the States with family to access this. Thanks for such a fantastic share.

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  6. My stepsons would probably love this though being the children of an IT genius they already know how to make Apps. A part of me does wonder if maybe a little tennis or swimming should be added to the mix, no?

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  7. My 2 1/2 year will not need to go to a camp like this when he is older. He can do my iPad better then I can. He will grab my iPad and go mine and go watch his shows on the app.

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  8. This camp is an excellent learning opportunity for kids in today’s tech driven world. Nowadays, tech savvy people are in demand for the majority of jobs available.

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