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iD Programming Academy for Teens Held at UW

iD Programming Academy for Teens Held at Emory in Atlanta

Calling all coders! Gain a competitive edge and learn how programming can become a college degree and even a rewarding career. Pre-college summer programs where ages 13-18 spend 2 weeks immersed in programming, app development, engineering, and robotics. He Held at top universities like UW, Stanford, and others. Learn from experienced Academy faculty and collaborate in small classes (max 8:1 student to instructor ratio, guaranteed). Tour an app development studio and work with programs and platforms like Java, C++, Xcode, Objective-C, Minecraft, iOS, Android, and Arduino. ...

Destination Science Washington

Science is experimental, exploratory, and exciting! It's about the Aha! moments in life - like when you figure out how something works, or realize that science & cooking go hand in hand. Our camp has grown its stellar reputation because our passion for science and fun shows, and summer after summer, kids have awesome experiences here. They develop superb skills while at camp, and bring that enthusiasm and knowledge home with them so the learning continues.

Destination Science recruits kid-friendly educators to guide these science leaders of tomorrow through the best summer of their lives. Our educators are top-notch...

iD Tech Summer Computer Camps Held at UW Bothell

iD Tech Summer Computer Camps Held at UW Bothell

Develop a mobile app, learn to code in C++/Java/iOS, create a video game, mod in Minecraft, or make a movie. Imaginations soar as ages 7-17 transform interests into projects of their own. Beginner to advanced students collaborate with friends and develop problem-solving and technical skills, gaining confidence and a competitive advantage. Weeklong day and overnight STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) summer programs held at 80 prestigious universities nationwide including UW Bothell, Princeton, and others. Fun, project-based learning in small classes (8:1 student to instructor ratio, guaranteed) led by...

Digital Media Academy - University of Washington

Ranked one of the world's ten best summer camps by Worth.com, Digital Media Academy offers computer and digital arts summer camps for kids ages 6 to 12 and teens 12 to 17. A life-changing experience that teaches STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) skills through hands-on project work: Learn programming in Java and C++; discover advanced Minecraft modding and how to design video games; create apps and games for iOS and Android; and make movies, robots and more! Enjoy day camp or overnight residential experiences at 23 prestigious university locations across the U.S. and Canada. Create the future...at DMA!

iD Tech Summer Computer Camps Held at UW

iD Tech Summer Computer Camps Held at UW

Develop a mobile app, learn to code in C++/Java/iOS, create a video game, mod in Minecraft, or make a movie. Imaginations soar as ages 7-17 transform interests into projects of their own. Beginner to advanced students collaborate with friends and develop problem-solving and technical skills, gaining confidence and a competitive advantage. Weeklong day and overnight STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) summer programs held at 80 prestigious universities nationwide including UW, Princeton, and others. Fun, project-based learning in small classes (8:1 student to instructor ratio, guaranteed) led by tech-savvy staff....

iD Game Design & Development Academy for Teens Held at UW

iD Game Design & Development Academy for Teens Held at UW

Instead of just playing games, create, design, and develop your own! Pre-college summer programs where ages 13-18 spend 2 weeks immersed in game design, development, programming, and 3D modeling. Held at top universities like UW, Stanford, and others. Learn from Academy faculty, collaborate in small classes (8:1 student to instructor ratio), and learn how game development can lead to a college degree and even a rewarding career. Tour a game studio and work with software from Microsoft, Epic Games, Autodesk, and Google. Also, late-night gaming tournaments. Graduate with a...

DigiPen ProjectFUN Summer Workshops

DigiPen Institute of Technology's ProjectFUN Programs are committed to presenting a high quality education by engaging and challenging students in grades 1 and higher through hands-on learning.

The ProjectFUN workshops engage elementary, middle, and high school students in the arts and sciences by immersing them in the tools and techniques of today's high-tech careers. The workshops in Animation, Game Design, Video Game Programming, Fine Arts & Multimedia Production, Engineering, and Robotics enhance students' critical thinking skills, improve their knowledge of core subjects like math and physics, and excite their interest in the academic concepts underlying modern technology.

Young Explorers Workshops for...

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