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Launched by tech educators at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy camps are the best place for students to get their start as designers, developers, programmers, engineers, animators, musicians, filmmakers, and creators. Learn why students, parents, and teachers love the unique, project-based, hands-on courses developed by industry experts and educators. Get your start in the career of your dreams and make new friends this summer. Courses are available now! Open to students 7-17 of all skill levels. Whether you are beginning to learn or ready to take the next giant leap, we have courses for you....

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Competitive speech and debate preparation for the following year\'s policy (CX), Lincoln Douglas (LD) debate topics, and for a variety of speech events. The camp is a residential immersion style program where students research, take classes, attend seminars and lectures and debate for a two, three, or four week period on the Stanford University campus. The SNFI is run by the Stanford Debate Society, a registered student organization of Stanford University....

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Stanford, California, United States

June 14-17 9am-12pm Pitching/ Catching Camp $200June 14-17 1pm-4pm Offensive Skills Camp $200June 21-23 9-4 (lunch break from 12-1) Fundamentals Camp $350July 12-15 9am-12pm Pitching/Catching Camp $200July 12-15 1pm-4pm Offensive/Defensive Skills Camp $200...

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Stanford, California, United States

Improve fundamentals and confidence in a fun environment. Led by the Stanford varsity coaches and players. Camp sessions are 3-4 days in June and July. All levels are welcome Day Camps, Overnight camps and High Potential Camps available....

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Hands-on instruction trains students in both creative and practical computer skills. The goal of the program is to provide students with the ability to use computers artistically and creatively while exploring emerging technologies and software. Students with us always get their own computer. There are four main parts to the program: Internet, Applications, Programming, Games....

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