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iD PROGRAMMING ACADEMY – 2-WEEK, TEEN SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR AGES 13-18

The computer science job market is booming, with over 1 million jobs expected to be available by 2020. There has never been a more important time to learn to code!  Gain a competitive edge and learn how your interest in programming, app development, robotics, or engineering can lead to a college degree and lucrative career—while exploring the Yale campus.

 

WHY iD PROGRAMMING ACADEMY?

  Immerse yourself in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skill development at a 2-week, intensive, teen-only summer program for ages 13-18.
   Experience collegiate life at a top university like Yale, Stanford, Princeton, MIT, UCLA, NYU, American, UNC-Chapel Hill, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Denver, UC Berkeley, Emory, and Lake Forest College (in the Chicago area).
  Explore programming, app development, robotics, engineering and more through experiential learning, building 21st century skills.
  iD has been named a Top Workplace 4 years in a row and recently #1 in Silicon Valley for small businesses.  This allows for recruitment of the finest staff in the country.
  Learn from experienced Academy faculty and have fun collaborating with like-minded students. Courses for every skill, gender, and background.
  8:1. Ratios of 8 students per instructor are guaranteed.  Personalized instruction is at the core of every Academy program. 
  Tour an application development studio to gain industry insight and make valuable connections with programming professionals.
  Work with professional products and platforms like Java, C++, Xcode, Objective-C, iOS, Android, Minecraft, Arduino, or VEX.
  Show off your skills in LAN gaming tournaments with titles like Team Fortress 2, Portal 2, Left 4 Dead 2, Half-Life 2, and Counter-Strike.  
  Graduate with a project portfolio and the tools to excel in the programming industry.
  Discover blended learning—students receive hands-on instruction and utilize the online learning engine iD Game Plan.
  Learn year-round with free monthly online workshops as well as iD Tech 365, a comprehensive online learning platform.
  Receive (optional) an official transcript with accredited Continuing Education Units from Stanford (available at all locations).

 

SUMMER COURSES AT iD PROGRAMMING ACADEMY
Choose from a variety of fun, yet intensive programming courses:

  iD Programming Labs 101
  Web Programming
  Intro to Electrical Engineering with Arduino
  Robotics Engineering  & Coding
  iPhone & iPad App Development – Objective-C & Xcode                      
  Google Android™ App Development with Java
  Java for the AP Exam
  Modding & Programming with Minecraft

 

OTHER SUMMER PROGRAMS
Programming and technology summer programs for kids and teens are also held at iD Tech Camps.  These weeklong camps for ages 7-17 are held at over 80 prestigious universities in 28 states nationwide including Yale. Visit iDTechCamps.com.  Additional iD Tech Academies for teens include iD Game Design & Development Academy (held at Harvard, Stanford, and more) and iD Film Academy (held at Yale, NYU, and UC Berkeley).

 

QUESTIONS?
Visit iDProgrammingAcademy.com for more information and to register online (check up-to-the-minute-availability). Or, call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) to speak to a Program Advisor.  
Flexible enrollment—enroll now and make changes up until 3 weeks before your session without any change fees.  

Camp Type: Academic
Gender: Coed
Age of Campers: 13 to 18
Capacity: Varies
Religious Affliation: None
Weekly Rate: $500+
Year Founded: 1999
Accreditations
 ACA
Academic Activities
 General Academics  Computers  Gifted  Math  Other Academics  Science


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