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Spring Break Computer Kids Camp Keeps Them Learning

instructor helping student at computer tech camp

What are your kids doing while out of school for spring break? Well, there are fifty kids having a great time in Santa Clara, CA, learning a variety of computer technologies this week. These kids are creating video games, building websites, learning graphic design skills, exploring digital photography techniques, and much more. Rather than playing video games at home, some of these kids are creating their own.

iD Tech Camps, North America’s #1 technology camp, is conducting our 3rd season of a special one week Spring Break Beta Camp program at Don Callejon School in Santa Clara. Students between the ages of 7-17 are getting a sneak peak at some of our computer courses at a fraction of our regular tuition. We have twelve staff encouraging and teaching these fifty students to express themselves creatively, all while making sure they have a lot of fun. That is an average of four students per instructor providing customized instruction delivered by highly trained adult staff.

We have selected Santa Clara Unified School District to host our spring break computer camps at the Don Callejon School because, like iD Tech Camps, it is dedicated to enriching the lives of its students through the pursuit of advanced technology skills. The students at our spring break kids camp participate in smaller than average classes to test curriculum content and software applications. The result of this kind of “beta test” allows iD Tech Camps to execute the best summer technology program in the nation. Looking for a day or overnight camp at one of our other summer camp locations? Click here.

One of our experienced year-round Regional Managers, Keri Callison, has been planning this event for months. “I am so excited about this one-of-a-kind program. We have been working hard to prepare a robust set of courses that these kids are really enjoying. It’s been real fun to find that one of our new courses for 2010, Digital Photography & Photoshop, is a big hit. What we are learning this week will translate directly to all our camps nationwide this summer making this our best summer yet.”

Keri hard at work during weekend setup

Keri hard at work during weekend setup


Some of our younger “photogs” at camp this week

Leading the iD crew is Abhishek Kasturi; one of our most experienced iD Tech Camps staff members. Abhishek has worked at our Stanford and UC Berkeley camps every summer since 2006. Abhishek is a senior at San Jose State University, with a major in Electrical Engineering and minors in Mathematics and Physics. He enjoys playing guitar, listening to classic rock music and working with computers. Originally from India, he now lives in California, and has for the past ten years. He enjoys traveling and has lived in places like Malaysia, Singapore and Canada.

Abhishek putting us on the map, literally

Abhishek putting us on the map, literally

“Maes Hughes”, an instructor since 2008, and one of our Curriculum developers

“Maes Hughes”, an instructor since 2008, and one of our Curriculum developers

We sold out our Spring Break Camp this week. Parents feel this is a great opportunity for their kids and a fantastic value. If you are interested in participating in 2011, check our website this fall for details. Now, there is still time to join one of our kids camps this summer. Our season kicks off on June 6, 2010. We have about 60 camp locations available around the country and Canada. View location and course availability now. Click here.

We’ll leave you with a few images of iD Tech Camps Spring Break Camp 2010!

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  • MariJewel

    That’s learning computer skills while having fun. Cool!

  • Christina

    I love the picture of the younger “photogs” …. I’ve noticed how much kids love being able to take pictures and see them immediately in this digital age. (Plus, that immediate feedback helps them learn new photo techniques!)

  • AppleJax

    totally didnt know about this until now! im on a blog!!

  • Sonic@Vassar

    I would have loved to go to iD for spring break to work. Its just like teaching at iD, but without the possibility for multi-week exhaustion!

  • Mike

    I just heard about your program. I was interested in the summer program for my son. I noticed that your courses for his age are full. Is your program going to implement more classes for the Robotic course for his age range (9 Years Old)?

  • Mike

    I meant “spring break program” not summer program

  • Jimmy

    Mike – I’ll have someone from our Client Services Department get in touch with you via email. I think we can open a spot for your son for our Spring Break camp. Thanks for reaching out to us.