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  • Captain America Visits iD!

    If you've ever attended one of our camps, you know that they are pretty awesome. But what you may not know is that this is also a great place to work. Our company culture embraces – and better yet, encourages – something we call “POS.” It stands for “Positively Outrageous Service” and it’s something we embody on [...]

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  • The Importance of Digital Literacy

    Kids and teens are officially fully immersed in all things technology: playing games on tablets instead of boards, communicating via text instead of yelling down the hall, and usually knowing more about computers than their parents (in many circumstances). Like learning any language, studies show that retention is highest at a young age, when cognitive [...]

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  • The Evolution of Wolfman at iD

    It’s no surprise that we like to have some fun here at iD Tech Camps - it's part of our awesome company culture! So, following in the animal footsteps of my last post, we’ve moved on from the singing, dancing chicken, and are now in full-on beast mode! More specifically, a previously-bearded fellow who resides [...]

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  • Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?

    To visit the iD corporate staff, of course! In the midst of our busy January days filled with planning new curriculum, solidifying university contracts, and much more; every so often something happens around the office that perfectly sums up why iD is the best place to work. Case in point: a dancing, singing, joke-telling chicken. [...]

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  • iD's Got Spirit - and Turkey!

    In case you haven’t heard, registration for our 2013 season opened November 1st. We’re happy to offer a variety of new courses and locations – this is going to be our best season yet! We work extremely hard to bring you the best camps for kids and teens, but as discussed in a previous post, [...]

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  • Summer Springs into Fall

    The official first day of fall is September 22, but we’re already well into autumn in many respects. While running some errands last weekend, I noticed that there’s Halloween candy lining store shelves, and sometime toward the end of August, two Halloween superstores popped up within a 5-mile radius of my house. It seems that [...]

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