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At iD Tech Camps, we offer summer computer camps for students ages 7-17. For teens 13-18, we also provide intensive, pre-college iD Tech Academies.  Our CA summer camps immerse students in the collegiate experience.  Students build STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills in our tech labs, eat in the university dining hall, explore campus, and make new friends. Overnight campers sleep right in the college dorms!

Unlock your internalDrive and gain a competitive advantage in college and beyond. With 8 students maximum per instructor, we customize our curriculum around you.  Choose from many different course topics—game design, web design, coding, programming in Java™ and C++, Minecraft modding, filmmaking, robotics, photography, and more. Discover how your talents and passions can lead to a future career.

Our technology education programs are held at 80 elite universities throughout the U.S. including Stanford (Palo Alto), SCU (Santa Clara), Sacramento State (Sacramento), St. Mary’s College of CA (Moraga), UC Berkeley (Berkeley), SF State (San Francisco), Cal Lutheran (Thousand Oaks), UCLA (Los Angeles), UC Irvine (Irvine), UCSD (La Jolla), CSU San Marcos (San Marcos), Cal Poly Pomona (Pomona), and UCSB (Santa Barbara). Starting in the summer of 2015, we will also offer Oakland summer camps held at Mills College, and San Diego summer camps held at the University of San Diego. Do something BIG this summer!

Read about our San Francisco Bay Area Summer Camps.

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iD Tech alumni from CA have gone on to achieve BIG things in the tech world. It starts here!


    Ian wrote a programming book at the age of 15, graduated from MIT in 3 years, and has deferred early acceptance into Stanford’s Graduate School of Business to work for Zynga—creator of Words with Friends and other big name titles.

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    This former camper and current student at the University of California’s School of Cinematic Arts won 1st place in Project Yellow Light’s Don’t Text and Drive campaign, with her work broadcasted nationally by the Ad Council.

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    Former camper Sean used iD Tech Camps to develop skills and turn interests into something more.  Already a published author, he is also a current student at Carnegie Mellon University, using summer “free time” to work at Autodesk as an AutoCAD intern.

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