Michigan Game Design Camps and Programs

Children interested in games, such as video or computer games, and how they work may enjoy attending a game design camp. These camps are geared toward kids who want to learn about how to design all kinds of games. Workshops See More »

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iD Coding & AI Academy for Teens - Held at University of Michigan

Experience coder culture

In this specialized program, teens ages 13-18 take their coding skills to the next level and experience the thrill of startup culture - all within a prestigious university setting. After two weeks of elite instruction, industry insights, and peer networking, students graduate with a polished portfolio and the skills to succeed in school, college, and the ever-evolving field of computer science. With personalized instruction and guaranteed small classes, this isn't school. Our curriculum is customized so students can refine their programming skills at their own pace. Courses are led by inspiring industry professionals ...

Michigan State University Media Summer Camps

MSU Media Summer Camps are pre-college exposure programs for high school students in media and technology topics including video game design, 3D animation, and eSports. Each camp includes five full days of interactive and intensive instruction with MSU faculty and staff. Students may participate in day-only instruction or stay overnight.

Immersive Game Design (2 weeks): July 8-19:
Spend the first week exploring game design and development, writing engaging and interactive narratives, producing concept art, sound design, and level design. Spend the second week consolidating that knowledge into one complete interactive experience. ...

Alexa Cafe: All-Girls STEM Camp - Held at University of Michigan

Experience a collaborative all-girls tech camp

At Alexa Cafe, girls ages 10-15 tap into the power of technology, exploring leadership, entrepreneurship, and social impact along the way. Ideas take shape in a unique, coffee shop-like setting that fosters collaboration between new friends. With personalized instruction and guaranteed small classes, this isn't school. We take the pressure off so girls can get straight to what matters - building a love of tech and bringing their final projects to life with unabashed creativity.


Active Learning Chess, Minecraft, and GameMaker Video Game Creation Camps

  • Detroit Country Day School, 22305 W. Thirteen Mile Road
    Beverly Hills, MI 48025, U.S.A.

    Phone: 888-652-4377

Active Learning Services provides exciting and enriching summer camps for children ages 5-16. Programs include chess camps where professional chess instructors teach children of all abilities to play and improve their games. Also our popular video game creation and animation camps give children a great opportunity to learn the basics of game design and computer programming. Students can attend morning or afternoon half-day programs or combine two programs for a full day of fun. They will have a blast with excellent instructors and make new friends with other campers, all while learning and developing their minds!

USA Chess Camp - Ages 5-15 ...

iD Tech Camps: #1 in STEM Education - Held at U Michigan

Experience the world's #1 tech camp

This summer, your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of over 400,000 alumni. At iD Tech Camps, students ages 7-17 build in-demand skills in coding, game development, robotics engineering, and design. The top universities on the planet - Stanford, NYU, Caltech - have trusted and hosted our programs for over 20 years, inspiring students to dream BIG. iD Tech also offers all-girls tech camps, teen-only Academies, and Online Private Lessons.

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