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Turn your child's creativity into skills for a dream career

We live in a world with 3.5 million unfilled STEM jobs, many of which span creative fields like design, photography, and film production. Whether your child dreams of hosting their own YouTube channel, aspires to be a Disney animator, or wants to shoot photos for National Geographic or Vogue, there's never been a better time to nurture their eye for aesthetics. 

Fast facts about creative careers
 

  • Over 80% of all jobs require technical skills, including those in creative fields like design, photography, filmmaking, and music production.
     
  • Possessing a technical skillset gives creatives a serious competitive edge when applying for internships and jobs.
     
  • Courses that foster creativity also promote critical thinking, problem-solving, and increased self-confidence.
     
  • Just like reading, writing, and math, every child can learn to be creative. With the right instructors and teaching tools, getting started is easy.

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Small-group courses (ages 7-17)

1-on-1 tutoring topics (ages 7-19)

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"iD Tech was more than just a camp—it was the beginning of my design career."

-Jessica H., iD Tech alum

Jessica went from iD Tech to Dreamworks, then became Production Coordinator at Warner Brothers.

Explore other tech paths

Game dev

From modding their favorite titles to designing 3D levels and creating new worlds, your child will learn the full cycle of game production.

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Coding

Apps, video games, life-saving tech...our world runs on code! Your child can dive into Java, Python, C++, and more today.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Why should my child learn creative skills?
Creativity is as formative as reading, writing, and math! Taking design, photography, video production, and music courses can help your child build confidence, become a better communicator, and graduate high school prepared for a world that demands tech literacy. 

What are creative camps like?
Creative and design-oriented camps bring collaborative fun to courses in video production, photography, 3D printing, animation, and more. The supportive group environment puts students at ease so they can be themselves and bring their visions to life.

What career possibilities are open to creatives?
No matter what field your child goes into, learning design and creative skills will help set them up for success. A strong background in creative arts is particularly useful for careers in photography, video production, web and UX design, video game design, animation, and music production.

Which creative course is right for my child?
It depends on their skill level, interests, and goals! Hands-on learners may thrive in hardware-based courses like 3D printing and drawing, while other students may prefer software-based courses in Photoshop, Illustrator, and more. Our Academic Advisors are here to provide personalized course recommendations.

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