It's no secret: our summer tech programs for kids and teens are the most reputable on the planet.
With over 20 years of experience and unmatched expertise, we provide the best of the best university locations and instructors—and a track record of long-term student success. That's what makes iD Tech such an incredible investment in your child's future. Learn more.
A program of our caliber is expensive to operate, and we know that camp tuition isn't easy for every family. But, we've long held the belief that every child deserves the opportunity to become the next rock star coder, game developer, robotics engineer, or designer.
That's why in 2019, we're reserving more scholarship seats than ever before for underserved students across the nation and beyond.
The history of our scholarship program
For over a decade, we’ve provided tuition assistance as a way of bringing the iD Tech experience to those who can’t afford to attend on their own. Why? Because serving students in need is a core part of who we are as a purpose-driven, family company.
Our programs offer a fun, high-energy environment where students meet new friends, experiment with emerging tech tools, and discover topics they might not be exposed to in their day-to-day lives. Not only do they build in-demand STEM skills, but they have a blast while doing so.
"I cannot thank you all enough for the amazing opportunity you provided to my son through the scholarship offered to him to attend iD Tech. He would not have been able to attend had it not been for the scholarship. I cried with joy when he was beaming with pride and describing all of his wonderful experiences at camp.” –Parent of scholarship recipient
How to apply
Need tuition assistance? Click here to learn more and apply for individual, group, and partner scholarships. The application period is officially live now through March 15, 2019. We hope to see you this summer!
"Thank you, you’ve given these kids so much more than camp. You’ve provided them an environment where they belong and that boosts their self-esteem." –Parent of scholarship recipient