iD Coding & Engineering Academy held at Dartmouth College
Programming, App Dev, & Robotics courses for Teens
iD Coding & Engineering Academy Held at Dartmouth College
In 1999, our independent family company set out to reinvent “camp” for the 21st century. Today, we’re the number #1 tech camp on the planet, with summer technology programs for kids and teens held at over 150 prestigious campuses nationwide. At Dartmouth College, we offer iD Coding & Engineering Academy for teens ages 13-18. 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. Innovative courses. Your pace. Your internalDrive.
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Registration for our Summer 2017 season opens November 1. Add to Calendar >
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Groups must include eight or more students. For smaller groups, please register above.
iD Coding & Engineering Academy Program Details
Co-ed | 2 Weeks | Intensive, Pre-College | Coding, Apps, Robotics
At iD Coding & Engineering Academy, we offer 2-week sessions of intensive study in computer science programming. Increase your understanding of app development, and gain a competitive advantage for college and beyond. iD Coding & Engineering Academy is perfect for students with previous programming experience who are looking to take their coding skills to a new level. At our coding camp for teens, you’ll learn from elite faculty, build your portfolio, gain Industry Insights, meet new friends, and get a taste of the collegiate lifestyle.
- Choose from coding camps, app development courses, robotics classes, and more, designed to prepare you for college and your dream career (View all courses at this location)
- Learn from elite faculty in small, personalized classes of just 8 students or fewer, guaranteed
- Gain Industry Insights
- Show off your skills in our LAN gaming tournaments (after instructional time)
- Graduate with experience using software repository systems
- Receive an (optional) Official Transcript with Continuing Education Units
About Dartmouth College
This is our first season hosting our iD Coding & Engineering Academy at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire! We have chosen to host our Hanover summer camps for teens at Dartmouth College because of its prestigious history, elite Ivy League status, and consistently high rankings among the world’s academic institutions.
The Dartmouth Green, the heart of the 269-acre campus, is a 5-acre field of paths on which students, faculty, and staff interact every day, contributing to Dartmouth’s strong sense of community. The campus, which lies on the banks of the Connecticut River, is a rich and beautiful collection of fields, trees, and stunning red brick buildings mostly in the Georgian American colonial style. The Appalachian Trail running through campus and Dartmouth’s Second College Grant, a 27,000-acre wilderness north of Hanover, contribute to the natural beauty and recreational opportunities of the area.
Students ages 13-18 in our New Hampshire programming camps will get the perfect balance of class time and the collegiate experience on the Dartmouth campus. Students will learn application development in an engaged, immersive atmosphere. As part of the full university experience, students will eat in the campus dining halls and sleep in real dorms. All meals are included.
Please note: Map and campus details are for general information only. Once you enroll, you will have access to our specific location on campus.
Quick Dartmouth College Facts
Nickname: The Big Green
Colors: Dartmouth Green
Student Population: 6,300
Schools & Colleges: 39 academic departments, the Geisel School of Medicine, the Thayer School of Engineering, the Tuck School of Business, and 19 graduate programs in the arts and sciences.
Campus Highlights: The Dartmouth Green, nine distinct libraries, an award-winning school of business, two arts centers, a student-run community garden, and more.
Clubs & Organizations: More than 200 student organizations and clubs.
- #4 in undergraduate teaching and #11 in undergraduate programs by U.S. News & World Report.
- A- from the Sustainable Endowments Institute’s College Sustainability Report Card in 2008.
- 3rd in "Quality of Life" and 6th for "Happiest Students" in The Princeton Review.
Notable Alumni: Karl Barry Sharpless (winner of 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry), Janet L. Robinson (President and CEO of the New York Times Company), John Donahoe (CEO of eBay), Chick Maynard (shortstop for the Boston Red Sox).
Nearby Airports: Lebanon Airport is approximately fifteen minutes south. Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is approximately one and a half hours southeast.