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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...

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Curious Jane is a high-energy, full-day program for rising 3rd-6th grade girls. CJ Junior is specifically designed for 1st-2nd grade girls. We offer multiple one-week sessions with creative themes like Toy Design, Story Arts, Lab Scientist, Wired 101, Animal Nature, Zine Scene, Building, DIY Fashion, and more! The program is hands-on and project-based. Girls learn and have fun through DOING. They are encouraged to be active, look at things in new ways and - above all - experiment! We are in air-conditioned facilities on a lovely campus, and we take advantage of everything around us. Our camp day is 9am-3:30pm,...

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Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Music Explorers  (for 5-9 yrs.), Chinese Arts Program  (ages 5 - 9)  & KIDS' CABARET  (for 8-14 yrs.)   Music Explorers  (for 5-9 yrs.) An amazing new program for ages 5-9 to explore the world of music  with master musicians, through instruments, dance, singing, and fun! Team-taught by seven teachers with different specialties! August 11-15, 2008 Monday-Friday 9am-3pm Fee: $350 (10% discount for a sibling) Early drop-off (8:30am) fee: $25 for the week Aftercare (3-5pm) fee: $80 for the week ♪ Hands-on introductions to Western musical instruments,  including winds, strings, piano, percussion and voice! ♪ Daily workshops in African &...

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DON’T JUST PLAY VIDEO GAMES—CREATE YOUR OWN! Discover how a passion for gaming can lead to a college degree and future career. Teens ages 13-18 are immersed in game development, game programming, game design, or 3D modeling & printing. Spend two weeks with other gamers—all while at the nation’s top universities, including Stanford, Yale, Villanova, and more. Learn from academy faculty who have backgrounds in professional game design, programming, character design, animation, and other areas. Teens create a polished portfolio and gain a competitive edge for college admissions. Don’t forget the late-night gaming tournaments! This is where game world meets...

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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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Medford, Massachusetts, United States

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Newton, Massachusetts, United States

Located at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center. Campers explore art, drama, dance, music, science, sports and the great outdoors. In this nurturing environment, campers enjoy state of the art studios, indoor and outdoor pools, gyms, playing fields, tennis courts and hiking trails....

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Acton, Massachusetts, United States

soccer camp...

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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

Weeklong photography camps. Half day or full day options are available for the 8-10 year olds while camps for the 11-14 year olds are full day. Students are encouraged to use their own cameras, however no previous photography experience is necessary....

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Concord, Massachusetts, United States

Computer game design, robotics, engineering, programming, digital design, movie production, news casting, digital music and animation are some of the exciting possibilities for kids in grade 2 through 8. Campers create their own experience by choosing one of ten cool adventure themes and combining several technology projects to tell a story. Themes include "Architect," "Fashion Designer," "Team F1," "Rescue," "Olympics," "Medieval," and others. Activities occur both on and off the computer, with outdoor breaks and games throughout the day. Our trained adventure guides help campers select projects that suit their age, area of interest and skill level to maximize the...

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Waltham, Massachusetts, United States

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Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Junction: Junction is a 6-week summer program that provides high school students (students leaving 9th-12th grade) with a significant summer learning experience. Running four evenings a week, Junction is able to cover a semester's worth of work in a fun, accelerated environment. Junction takes place on the MIT campus, and is a non-residential program. Past classes have included "Astrobiology," "Japanese History" and "Physics - Classical Mechanics." Junction will run Summer 2009. Classes will run Monday – Thursday evenings. Each class is two hours long, and students can take up to two classes. To find out more, go to https://esp.mit.edu/learn/Junction/index.html. E-mail...

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

at the Advent School...

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Westwood, Massachusetts, United States

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Two weeks of basketball camp. Campers will be able to interact with a current NBA player each and every day....

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Belmont, Massachusetts, United States

Computer game design, robotics, engineering, programming, digital design, movie production, news casting, digital music and animation are some of the exciting possibilities for kids in grade 2 through 8. Campers create their own experience by choosing one of ten cool adventure themes and combining several technology projects to tell a story. Themes include "Architect," "Fashion Designer," "Team F1," "Rescue," "Olympics," "Medieval," and others. Activities occur both on and off the computer, with outdoor breaks and games throughout the day. Our trained adventure guides help campers select projects that suit their age, area of interest and skill level to maximize the...

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Bolton, Massachusetts, United States

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Milton, Massachusetts, United States

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Milton, Massachusetts, United States

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Acton, Massachusetts, United States

Last year approximately 30,000 children attended Camp Invention. Children participate in five modules each day that combine science, math, history, and the arts. Camp staff is comprised of certified teachers from each community and college and high school students who serve as counselors....

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Located at Wheelock College on The Riverway in Boston, near the museums....

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