Held at Butler University
IGNITE YOUR CHILD’S FUTURE!
iD Tech is inspiring the next generation of coders, game designers, engineers, and innovators. The secret? A fun camp environment where students express their creativity through technology. This summer, kids and teens ages 7-17 can learn to program, code apps, engineer robots, design video games, mod Minecraft, and more! This experience inspires them to keep learning, giving them a competitive advantage for school, college, and life. These summer programs are held at 100+ prestigious campuses nationwide, including Stanford, Caltech, Princeton, Yale, and more nationwide. Find one near you!
iD Tech is the only camp that guarantees its low student-to-instructor ratio. Courses are taught in small groups of only 8 students per instructor for the most personalized instruction—guaranteed. Through blended, project-based learning, students get to work with the big-name software as the pros use: Adobe, Android, Autodesk, iOS, Minecraft, Unreal Engine, Unity, and others. And they collaborate in an environment where young, creative minds are surrounded by others who share similar interests.
Come see why more than 235,000 students have chosen iD Tech. Your child will meet new friends, learn awesome STEM skills, and build a foundation of knowledge that will make a positive impact in school, college, and future careers.
Join the makers of tomorrow.
THERE ARE 5 iD TECH PROGRAMS:
iD Tech Camps (weeklong for ages 7-17)
Alexa Café (weeklong, all-girls for ages 10-15)
iD Tech Mini (weeklong, half-day options for ages 6-9)
iD Programming Academy (2-week, pre-college coding boot camp for ages 13-18)
iD Game Design & Development Academy (2-week, pre-college game dev academy for ages 13-18)
Camp Type: AcademicAccreditations
Age of Campers: 7 to 17
Religious Affliation: None
Weekly Rate: $500+
Year Founded: 1999
General Academics Computers Gifted Math Other Academics ScienceArt Activities
Film and TV Photography and Video Visual ArtsOther Activities: Technology, STEM, Programming & Coding