New Hampshire Summer Camps
At iD Tech, we offer hands-on, high-energy summer computer programs for kids and teens. Co-ed options 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. Programs are held at over 150 prestigious campuses nationwide. Unlock your internalDrive and gain a competitive advantage for college and beyond!
Our NH summer camps immerse students in a STEM learning experience unlike any other. Choose from courses in game design, web design, coding, programming in Java and C++, Minecraft modding, filmmaking, robotics, photography, and more. With 8 students maximum per instructor, we customize our curriculum around you. You’ll build real-world skills, make new friends, and discover how your talents and passions can lead to a future career. Depending on location and program, students will eat in the university dining hall and explore campus. Overnight campers sleep right in the college dorms!
In New Hampshire, we offer Manchester summer camps held at Southern New Hampshire University and Hanover summer camps held at Dartmouth College. Do something BIG this summer! Check NH computer camp availability below.
NH Camp Locations
New Hampshire STEM Snapshot
In the next decade, there will be over 80,000 STEM jobs available in New Hampshire alone. That’s about nine jobs per square mile! Find out more about the future of STEM in the Granite State and then get started on your path to filling one of those opportunities.
Facts about the STEM landscape in New Hampshire:
- STEAM Ahead is a collaboration between Manchester Community College, the business community, and the Manchester School District to increase the number of students studying in and graduating with degrees related to science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math. They aim to encourage and empower students to pursue these fields via traditional and non-traditional paths.
- A commission made up of fourteen members of the education and business communities of New Hampshire (and created by the governor) recently unveiled their Pathways to STEM Excellencereport. The report is a plan to boost New Hampshire’s STEM students through a variety of ideas like more hands-on experience in science courses, more mentoring of young girls, and even potentially a whole new free academy-type college preparatory public high school focused solely on STEM subjects.
- The past few years have seen a booming increase in robotics in the Granite State. Not only is New Hampshire part of the New England FIRST Robotics Competition, but dozens of companiesare making their homes in the New England area. Pair that with the BS in Information Technologies – Robotics and Artificial Intelligence degree offered at Southern New Hampshire University and you’ve got the education and job opportunities to make your future in robotics!