Summer Programs Held at Northwestern University
Camps for kids & teens held at Northwestern
Computer Camps Held at Northwestern University
Welcome to our 16th season hosting summer technology programs at Northwestern University (home of the Willie the Wildcat)! In 1999, our family company set out to reinvent "camp" for the 21st century. Today, we’re #1 in summer tech education, with 150+ locations nationwide and an expansive lineup of courses in coding, game design, app development, web design, film, photography, and more.
At our Northwestern camps, near the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan, kids and teens build valuable STEM skills in an inspiring, collegiate setting. Students experience personalized learning with a maximum of 8 students per instructor and use the best brand name products from industry leaders like Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Google, and Microsoft. Kick-start your dream job and gain a competitive edge for college!
Please note: This is a day-only program. Overnight stays are not available at this location. The use of the location name is strictly for the purpose of identifying the location at which iD Tech is delivering the program. iD Tech is not a university-sponsored program. The summer camps are not affiliated with nor endorsed by Northwestern University. Find more details about Northwestern University by going to www.northwestern.edu.
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iD Tech Camps Program Details
Co-Ed | Weeklong | Programming, Game Design, Apps, Robotics, Web Design, Film, Photography, and More
Our summer computer camps for kids, pre-teens, and teens are segmented by course and age. Teens will study, socialize and eat with other teens, but may be in the vicinity of younger students during lab time. Yes, we’re a tech camp, but we do not sit in front of digital devices all day. We provide a well-balanced, fun summer camp experience that is age-appropriate for kids, pre-teens, and teens. Imagine a small group learning environment where the curriculum is tailored to you. A place where you build critical 21st century STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills in intimate clusters of just 8 students maximum per instructor, and collaborate with new friends.
You’ll gain confidence, explore a unique college campus, and get a taste of the collegiate experience. This isn’t just camp. It’s a portal to a fulfilling future, in college and beyond. Kids camps and teen camps encompass courses in programming with Java, C++, Python, Scratch, and more, app development with iPhone and Android, Minecraft, modding, FPS and RPG game design, robotics engineering with VEX and LEGO, 3D modeling & animation, filmmaking, photography, and web design. Course offerings vary by site. View courses at this location. Beginner or advanced, you'll get inspired by energetic, tech-savvy instructors. Do something big this summer!
About Northwestern University
At our Evanston, IL summer camps held at Northwestern University, we strike the right balance between off-computer activities (creative games, sports, life skills, etc.) and essential technology education to foster STEM skill development (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Our popular summer day camps held on the Northwestern University campus allow students to explore tech interests in a fun, yet challenging setting.
Northwestern University is recognized both nationally and internationally for the quality of its educational programs and is considered one of the best universities in the nation, according to the U.S. News and World Report. Places to visit while at Northwestern University include the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, Mary and Leigh Block Museum, Kohl Children's Museum, and the Grosse Point Lighthouse & Maritime Museum. Come check out our Chicago area summer camps!
Please note: The summer camps are not affiliated with nor endorsed by Northwestern University.
Please note: Map and campus details are for general information only. Once you enroll, you will have access to our specific location on campus.
Northwestern University Facts
Learn more about Northwestern University by visiting www.northwestern.edu.
Mascot: Willie the Wildcat
Schools at Northwestern University: NU currently has six undergraduate schools, with its most popular being the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences that hosts 51.2% of undergraduate students. 17.2% of the students are enrolled in the McCormick School of Engineering, 14.7% in the School of Communication, 8.4% in the Medill School of Journalism, 5.0% in the Bienen School of Music, and 3.4% in the School of Education.
Student Population: Northwestern enrolls about 18,000 students a year, with the following breakdown: 8,284 undergraduate, 8,249 graduate, and 1,495 professional students. Females represent a slightly larger portion of the undergrad population at 51.6%.
Rankings: Northwestern is large and considered a highly residential research university. It offers over 130 undergraduate programs and 70 graduate and professional programs, and awarded 2,089 bachelor's degrees, 2,665 master's degrees, 462 doctoral degrees, and 416 professional degrees in 2006-2007.
Athletics: Northwestern is an original member of the Big Ten Conference and the conference's only private institution. The University fields 19 intercollegiate athletic teams (8 men's and 11 women's) that compete at the Division I level in the NCAA. The most notable and successful NU teams include men's soccer, wrestling, swimming, golf, men's tennis and women's tennis, softball, fencing and lacrosse.
Distinguished Alumni & Personnel: Many of those who have attended Northwestern have accomplished greatness in their respective areas, including entertainment, business, sports and politics. This list includes: Academy Award-winning actor/writer/director Warren Beatty; Emmy Award-nominated actor for his work on TV show Scrubs Zach Braff; model Cindy Crawford, Emmy Award-winning actress for TV show Seinfeld Julia Louis-Dreyfus; Chairman and CEO of Citigroup Women and Company Lisa Caputo; President and CEO of Campbell Soup Company Douglas Conant.
Testimonials from Northwestern University
"My 12-year-old son loved seeing his original comic book character pop off the page and onto the screen! Thanks for helping him realize his dream of learning 3D animation and modeling using the Maya software."- Demetrius W., Parent, Northwestern University
"The Camp Director rocked! Safety was number one priority which made me feel great since this was my son's first experience with this camp. Definitely coming back."- Aja H., Parent, Northwestern University
"This was our first experience with iD Tech Camps, but probably not the last. We weren't sure what to expect, but my son clearly enjoyed the projects and interaction with other kids who share his interests."- Kris T., Parent, Northwestern University
"Great counselors, well organized and very personable. My son had a great time and was excited to go to camp every day. We are looking forward to next year."- Suzanne W., Parent, Northwestern University
"I was particularly impressed with the conversation and comments my son's instructor shared with me at the end of the week. Sometimes you wonder what the kids are doing during camp...You know they are having a blast, but are they learning something genuine and buildable? After the weekly showcase, I felt very good as a parent that I sent my son to iD Tech Camps. It will be easy to say "yes" when he asks to return next summer!"- Jennifer B., Parent, Northwestern University
"iD Tech Camps is a great experience for those who want to learn things they didn't know before. Keep up the good work, iD Tech Camps!"- Benjamin B., Student, Northwestern University
"This camp is very educational... it has great instructors, great projects and great technology."- Ryan T., Student, Northwestern University
"iD Tech Camps has been the greatest thing I have done all summer. It's fun, you learn and the instructors are amazing. I have four words for you: "iD Tech is awesome." If I had a chance to do it again, I'd accept in a heartbeat."- Julia R., Student, Northwestern University
"I loved this camp so much that by the end of the first day, I knew one week was not long enough. Thank you so much for this awesome experience."- Nicholas R., Student, Northwestern University
"This camp is fun and interactive. It teaches you a lot about your subject, and all of the instructors are nice and cool. All of that makes this camp an awesome thing."- Mason D., Student, Northwestern University