Summer Tech Camps in Needham
Unlock your limitless potential and gain a competitive edge for college and beyond! At iD Tech, we offer summer day camps and overnight camps for kids and teens. Co-ed programs include iD Tech Camps for ages 7-17, iD Tech Academies for teens ages 13-18, and iD Tech Mini for ages 6-9. We also offer Alexa Café, an all-girls program for ages 10-15. Do something BIG this summer—develop iPhone and Android apps, program with C++ and Java, design and create video games, develop websites, produce movies, build robots, and more. Our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs are offered at over 150 prestigious campuses in cities nationwide. This includes Needham computer camps held at Olin College of Engineering. (View all Massachusetts summer camps.) You’ll learn in small clusters with a maximum of 8 students per instructor, make new friends, and explore campus. Let’s make this summer count!
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Needham Camp Locations
About the Needham Area
Needham, MA is situated in Norfolk County, approximately 30 minutes by car from bustling downtown Boston. The town is small, spanning only 12.7 square miles, but is well-known for being the home of Olin College of Engineering. The Charles River runs across Needham's southern and northeastern borders, and neighboring towns include Newton, the West Roxbury area of Boston, Dover, Westwood, and Dedham. Needham has four Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) rail stops from Boston's South Station, making travel to greater Boston quick and convenient for students and residents alike.
Looking for something fun to do while the kids are at camp? Our Needham summer programs are minutes from the area's top attractions. Happy exploring!
- Needham Town Forest
- Hemlock Gorge Reservation
- Charles River Peninsula
Needham Summer Camp Jobs
Looking for Needham summer camp jobs? Jump to our Jobs page to apply for an iD Tech summer staff position in your area.
iD Tech summer jobs are perfect for upbeat, tech-savvy personalities. Maybe you're a high school STEM teacher on summer break, or a college student majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, or Visual Arts. Or perhaps you've worked in the tech industry and would like to share your experiences with kids and teens. Whatever your background, spend your summer instructing and mentoring the next generation of creators and innovators! Learn more and find out why we've been consistently voted a Top Workplace.