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.
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)
Access to online curriculum (iD Game Plan)