This Summer, Learn STEM Skills and Have a Blast with iD Tech!
Marin Mommies presents a sponsored article from iD Tech summer camps.
One million STEM jobs are projected to go unfilled by the year 2020. We’re talking some of the highest-paid, most creative careers imaginable. Yet only one in ten high school students have access to computer science courses—and far fewer at the K-8 level—meaning they are missing important instruction.
But what about summer?
At iD Tech summer programs, students ages 6–18 code apps, design video games, mod with Minecraft, engineer robots, build websites, produce movies, create wearable electronics, and more. Courses are taught by tech-savvy, adult-only staff in small clusters of just 8 students per instructor—guaranteed. iD Tech offers five summer camp experiences in Northern California:
iD Tech Camps held at San Domenico School, Cal State East Bay, and more: Code, game, create! At iD Tech Camps, students ages 7–17 code apps, design video games, mod with Minecraft, engineer robots, build websites, produce movies, and more. Kids meet new friends and gain a competitive edge for school and future STEM careers.
Alexa Café held at Mills College and Palo Alto High School: At Alexa Café, girls ages 10–15 collaborate around café tables and learn to code apps, produce films, design websites, develop wearable electronics, and more. Discover a passion for technology in this unique environment that emphasizes leadership, philanthropy, innovation, and more.
iD Programming Academy held at Stanford: Calling all teen coders! Get immersed in technology at this 2-week, pre-college summer academy. Teens ages 13–18 code apps, program with C++ and Java™, mod with Minecraft, engineer robots, and program websites. Tour a development studio, create a cutting-edge college portfolio, and gain a competitive edge for college and future careers.
iD Game Design & Development Academy held at Stanford: Game world meets real world! Teens ages 13–18 design video games, develop apps for iPhone® and Android™, model 3D characters, mod with Minecraft, and more. Tour a game design studio, create a cutting-edge college portfolio, and gain a competitive edge for college and future careers.
iD Tech Mini held at Palo Alto High School: Kids ages 6–9 will have a blast at iD Tech Mini, where half day options let aspiring innovators discover a love for tech. Campers make new friends and learn hands-on STEM skills in a kid-friendly environment.
Not sure what camp is right for your student? Call iD Tech at 1 (888) 709-8324 and their program advisors will help you secure the perfect course, camp, or location.
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