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  • 2014 Summer Camps—Oh How Times Have Changed

    What does “summer camp” mean to you?  For me, it has meant everything from traditional campfire songs to baseball, basketball, and more. That’s what summer was like in 1994; it wasn’t about technology or computers…and it didn’t really have to be. But things are different now. There wasn’t an abundance of STEM careers and a [...]

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  • How to Become an Indie Game Designer – Free eBook

    You don’t always need the financial support or assistance of a major publisher to build the video game of your dreams. In fact, you can get started right now; creating your own video game—an “indie” (or an independently developed video game). What good is an indie game? You might think indie video games can’t amount [...]

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  • What is Alexa Café? A Girls Summer Program Unlike Any Other…

    Now that you’ve been introduced to Alexa Café – the new, all-girl summer camp for ages 10-14 – I want to make sure you have a chance to get to know the program a little better. Confidence, innovation, teamwork, leadership, entrepreneurship, mentorship…it’s all a part of Alexa Café. Design with purpose, code creatively—see you at [...]

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  • Why is WhatsApp Worth $19B? How do Apps Even Make Money?

    Some build apps for fun. Others for financial gain. No matter your interest in apps, here is something for you: Facebook just purchased WhatsApp…for $19 billion. $19 billion—yes, with a “b”! What? Why? How is it possible for an app to be worth so much? WhatsApp was built to be a “better SMS alternative,” according [...]

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  • Is Tech Camp Right for Your Child this Summer?

    Growing up, I was a sports camp kid. Baseball, mostly. There were a few basketball camps mixed in, a bit of soccer. But all I really wanted to do was play baseball—that’s it. Bless my parents for trying to vary my interests, but the writing was on the wall. I mean, I learned to read [...]

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  • New 2014 Location: NC State, Here We Come

    Good news for North Carolina Students–iD Tech Camps will host NC State Summer Camps for 2014! Kids and teens at our Raleigh Camps can choose from courses in Programming, App Development, Video Game Design, Film, Photography, and more. Whatever your interest, you’ll meet like-minded friends, explore the NC state campus, and have fun building valuable STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and [...]

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  • Find iD Tech Camps at Marymount Manhattan College this Summer

    iD Tech Camps students can now enroll in our new Marymount Manhattan summer camps! We’re exited to add Marymount Manhattan College to our growing roster of New York summer camp locations, and hope you’ll join us this summer. Kids and teens ages 7-17 can build valuable STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills, meet friends [...]

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  • iD Tech Camps Makes UPenn Debut for 2014

    This summer, iD Tech Camps will make its Philadelphia debut, offering tech camps at UPenn for kids and teens! This gorgeous Ivy League campus spans over 279 acres, and features striking “Collegiate Gothic” architecture. Don’t forget to check out the iconic “LOVE” statue during your stay at our Philadelphia summer camps. Whether you’re interested in [...]

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  • Announcing new Butler University location for 2014!

    Good news–iD Tech Camps will host Butler Summer Camps for 2014! Kids and teens at our Indianapolis Camps can choose from courses in Programming, App Development, Video Game Design, Film, Photography, and more. Whatever your interest, you’ll meet like-minded friends, explore the Butler campus, and have fun building valuable STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) [...]

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  • iD Tech Camps Makes New Hampshire Debut This Summer

    That’s right–we will set up our summer camps at Southern New Hampshire University this year! We’re excited to offer our New Hampshire Camps to kids and teens looking to build STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills for school, college, and beyond. Make new friends, explore the SNHU campus, get a taste of collegiate life, and [...]

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