Considering a Computer Camp For Your Child? Try iD Tech Camps

Our 9-year-old got a Kano computer kit last Christmas and had so much fun building and programming it. I was surprised how adept he was given that Gage has never had a computer or tech class. It certainly makes a mom wonder what her math and science-oriented kid could achieve with a little help.

iD Tech will be in San Diego this summer for its 18th year, offering kids like mine computer camps and courses for ages 6-18 in coding, game design, VR, robotics, engineering, 3D printing, and more. They recruit top talent from universities like Caltech, RIT and Stanford who work with students in an 8:1 student-to-instructor ratio.

The project-based curriculum means kids learn by doing. Students work hands-on with industry-standard hardware and software, complete a final project and create an online portfolio.

Located on more than 150 college campuses in the U.S., iD Tech’s San Diego camps will take place on the campuses of USD, UCSD and Cal State San Marcos this summer.

Young students like my son will build valuable STEM skills in Mini Camp. Older kids will kick-start their dream jobs & gain a competitive edge for college!

Mom’s Guide readers can use promo code: SDTECH17 to save $75 off Tech Camp and $30 off Mini Camp

Included with tuition:

8:1 student-to-instructor ratio (guaranteed)
Free flex hours at check-in and pick-up
Diploma with transcript and instructor insights
Final project and software discounts
Custom iD Tech t-shirt, H2O bottle
Outdoor time, campus tours (most locations)
Gaming tournaments
Access to online curriculum (iD Game Plan)

For more information about iD Tech’s programs for students ages 7-18, visit idtech.comAdditional information about iD Tech Mini for ages 6-9 can be found here.

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