The Marietta Daily Journal recently paid a visit to iD Tech Camps held at Emory University! Below is a short snippet, but click the link below to read the entire article.
Training the Next Generation: Cobb Kids Learn at Emory STEM Camp
By Haisten Willis
June 23, 2014
ATLANTA — Several Cobb students are making the most of summer break, attending Science, Technology, Engineering and Math camps at Emory University.
The iD Tech camps at Emory bring in students aged 7 to 17 to learn computer programming and even make their own video games and films. Students from across Georgia spend a week on campus attending the camps, according to Jared Hulet, iD Tech camp assistant director.
“The camp itself is a pretty awesome place,” said Hulet. “This is my seventh summer working with the camps. They have these camps at 80 universities across the United States, so it’s available wherever you’re located. We do classes in just about everything. There’s programing, robotics, Web design, game design and level design. It’s a good experience for anyone interested in technology.”
Read the entire article here.
Header image from mdjonline.com.