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iD GAME DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY – 2-WEEK, TEEN SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR AGES 13-18 Game world meets real world as teens beginner to advanced get immersed in video game production.  Instead of just playing games, experience what it would be like to create, code, design, and develop video games of your own—while exploring the Harvard campus.  Innovate and collaborate with new friends, battle it out in late-night gaming tournaments, and learn how your passion for gaming can lead to a college degree and even a rewarding career in the video game industry.   WHY iD GAME DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY?...

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iD TECH CAMPS – WEEKLONG SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR AGES 7-17 iD Tech Camps is for ages 7-17.  Develop an iPhone or Android app, code a program in C++ or Java, create a video game, mod with Minecraft, build a robot, construct a website, produce a movie, or design a digital photo portfolio.  At iD Tech Camps, imaginations soar as kids and teens unlock their internalDrive and use 21st century skills to transform interests into projects of their own—and have fun doing it.    For both the beginning computer novice and advanced tech whiz, students collaborate, make new friends and develop new...

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The ultimate camp experience in Europe. Choose from 12 exciting camps located in Austria, France, England or Switzerland and China. How about white water rafting in the Swiss Alps or discovering what it takes to become a leader at leadership Camp. Maybe you’d like to learn English, French, or German while you’re at it? No problem. Or instead learn about making films or web sites. And for you sports lovers, there are golf, tennis or soccer camps as well. Adding to the Village Camps experience is the presence of other young people from all over the globe. In the last...

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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 MIT 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...

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Boston, Burlington, North Andover, Plymouth, Westw, Massachusetts, United States

Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific, kid-approved programs add up to a season of discovery and fun for preschool to school-age children. This year, our 12 weeks of programs fall into six great themes: Mighty Bodies, Bendy Brains; Awesome Art; Gravity Galore and More; The Wondrous World of Food; Wild about Water; and Featured Creatures.  We’re in session when your local public schools are on break — and you’ll find our flexible scheduling works for your busy family. See why our summer (and winter and spring) break programs are the place to be when school’s out. Wild About...

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

The MFA and Diablo Glass School have collaborated to offer Teen Vacation Camps. Located just blocks from the MFA, Diablo is easily accessible by foot, car or public transportation. Diablo’s facilities offer glass blowing, flame working and kiln forming studios. All camps start with an introduction at Diablo and then a tour of the MFA’s glass collection. At the MFA, we discuss the history of glass, different techniques and artistic inspiration. After that, the teens return to the studio to start their intensive glass studies. Teens chose between Glass Blowing and Flame Working and in the afternoon, they all work...

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Falmouth, Maine, United States

Our 2 week Young Filmmakers Movie Camp is designed to offer something for everyone. Some want to learn all the tools needed for making their own movies, others want to learn how a movie is made, while others just want to act! Learning the basics of operating a camera, organizing a shoot, basic editing, working together in a collaborative environment and of course, having FUN will be the main focal points of our Movie Camp...

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Wide range of day camp opportunities organized by age ranges....

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Are you an Actor, Dancer, Rapper, Musician, Poet or Visual Artist? Are you between the ages of 13 - 22? If you have or want the skillz and want to work with other young artists, ACCESS to THEATRE/ ACCESSARTS is an after-school inclusive arts education mentoring program for youth and young adults with and without disabilities. Award winning ACCESS to THEATRE will host a year-long series of arts opportunities including drama/improvisation, visual arts, music, movement, and other forms of expression. Young artists who participate in ATT will work with professional artists during the year and have the opportunity to create...

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

The Writers\' Express day camp is based at the campus of Simmons College. Campers will try new sports, visit cultural and recreational sites around Boston, and be introduced to new experiences in the arts and music. Each day campers write about their adventures and receive feedback from experienced writing instructors....

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

daily classes in music, visual arts, creative movement, dramatics and dance. Special activities include a visit by a professional performance troupe, a field trip to a cultural event in the performing arts, and a festival evening for participants and their families featuring songs, dances, dramatics, and artwork of the students....

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Brookline, Massachusetts, United States

Stage One: Theatrical Training Summer 2008 In Company One's Stage One: Theatrical Training program, young artists will have the opportunity to use an impulse based process of creating theater. The program consists of one four week session where the Stage One instructors will guide participants through the process of creating a play; from the initial brainstorming stages, through the creation of rich complex characters and finally crafting a compelling story. Building on fundamental skills of improvisation and character development, the participants will also be treated to workshops in specialized areas including but not limited to: stage combat, voice, dance and...

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

At Museum of Fine Arts. Activities include drawing and screenprinting, and painting and mixed media. Two two-week sessions that can be taken separately or together. The first two-week session will concentrate on drawing and screenprinting. The second two-week session will focus on painting and mixed media....

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Arts and crafts, nature games, environmental activities, and \interviews\ with some of the zoo\'s animals help teach ZooCampers about our fascinating planet. Through these new experiences, campers develop a strong sense of self, new skills, community pride, environmental awareness and appreciation, and new friendships....

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Belmont, Massachusetts, United States

The Technique Swim Camp is designed to develop the individual swimmer ages 7-17. Experienced instructors serve as role models for our campers, promoting sportsmanship and providing a positive and healthy learning environment, which insures that we have the best program possible. The specific focus of the camp is on stroke technique, mental discipline, race strategy, and strengthening exercises, while also emphasizing respect, cooperation, and most importantly, the element of having fun while swimming....

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Mix magic potions, build working robots, care for live animals. These are just a few the things your child could learn this summer! Bostons Museum of Science offers more than 80 hands-on, interactive, week-long programs throughout the summer. Let you child build his or her own camp experience by choosing different courses in the morning and afternoon, attending multiple weeks, or choosing the extended-day option giving him or her the opportunity to see an Omni show, tour the museum, and play games with fellow students. With the Museums resources and instructors, students entering grades 1-9 can study marine science, attend...

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