August Summer Camps: Fun Last-Minute Tech Camp Options

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2918 UPDATE: It's good to see people are still finding this post useful! Locations and offerings have changed since originally published, so view our 2018 Summer Camps here or follow the links below. There are still plenty of August summer camps with space available for both kids and teens across the country.

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Ages 7-17, Weeklong, Day & Overnight, Co-Ed

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Ages 10-15, Weeklong, Day & Overnight, All-Girls

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Ages 13-18, 2-Week, Overnight, Co-Ed

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Ages 13-18, 2-Week, Overnight, Co-Ed

Of course, you can also continue on to the original post that follows. Have a great rest of the summer!

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Wow. It’s the end of February. March is days away, the heart of spring isn’t too far from now, and summer is right around the corner. 2013 is moving fast. For parents, summer might seem like an eternity away – plenty of time to plan summer activities, right? For kids and teens, summer can’t be here soon enough. Either way, we’ll soon be planted in the midst of fun in the sun.

With summer coming and going so quickly, we know it can be the end of July without a moment’s notice. Thus, we are accustomed to receiving the question “do you offer August summer camps?” And gladly, we can answer “yes” – and at more than a handful of prestigious summer camp locations nationwide.

August Summer Camps are held at:

California

Biola University (La Mirada)
California Institute of Technology (Pasadena)
Marymount California University (Rancho Palos Verdes)
Mayfield Junior School (Pasadena)
Santa Clara University (Santa Clara)
Stanford University  (Palo Alto)
UC Irvine  (Orange County)
UC San Diego (La Jolla)
UCLA (Los Angeles)
University of San Diego (San Diego)

Colorado

University of Denver (Denver)

Connecticut

Fairfield University (Fairfield)
Wesleyan University (Middletown)

Illinois

Northwestern University (Evanston)

Maryland

University of Maryland (College Park)

Massachusetts

Bentley University (Waltham)
Harvard University (Cambridge)
MIT (Cambridge)

New Jersey

Kean University (Union)
Kent Place School (Summit)
Princeton (Princeton)
Seton Hall University (South Orange)
The Hun School of Princeton (Princeton)

New York

Columbia University (New York)
Marymount Manhattan College (New York)
NYIT - Manhattan (New York)
NYU - 10th Street (New York)
NYU - Washington Square (New York)
Queens College (Queens)
Sarah Lawrence College (Westchester)

Virginia

Virginia Tech - Falls Church

Washington DC

American University (DC)

Washington

University of Washington - Bothell
University of Washington - Seattle

So, best of luck! Register early for the best chance in securing your preferred locations and courses. If not, check back to see which August summer camps might still be available.

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Ryan manages blog content at iD Tech, starting with the company in 2008. He earned his MBA from Santa Clara University after obtaining his Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State. Connect on LinkedIn!

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