Southern New Hampshire University Summer Tech Camps
SNHU Summer programs for kids & teens
Computer Camps Held at SNHU
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 campuses nationwide. At Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH, we offer co-ed iD Tech Camps for ages 7-17. Learn code, game design, app development, web design, film, photography, and more. Kick-start your dream job and gain a competitive edge for college!
At select locations, other co-ed options include intensive 2-week, pre-college 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. 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.
Please note: This is a day-only program. Overnight stays are not available at this location.
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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 Southern New Hampshire University
This is our 3rd season hosting Manchester, NH summer camps at Southern New Hampshire University.
Nickname: The Penmen
Student Population: 11,253
Schools & Colleges: School of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Education
Degrees: SNHU is comprised of three schools that offer over 100 undergraduate majors, including dual-majors, 30+ minors, and more than 40 graduate programs.
Please note: Map and campus details are for general information only. Once you enroll, you will have access to our specific location on campus.
Testimonials from SNHU
“My daughter loved coming to iD Minecraft Camp. She wants to come back for more iD Tech Camps!”- Robert G., Parent, SNHU
“My son has insisted on showing up early for class and has talked non stop about the class to anyone who will listen for the last week. Thrilled to see him so excited and engaged.”- Andrew F., Parent, SNHU
“My son was concerned that he would not learn anything new. However, the staff did a great job making sure he did.”- Julianna H., Parent, SNHU
“I have one thing to say: THIS IS AWESOME!!”- Isabelle H., Student, SNHU
“It was really fun. I learned so much here. It has inspired me to try and become the best video game designer I can be.”- Nicholas R., Student, SNHU
“I love waking up every day and thinking yes another exciting day at iD Tech with awesome instructors. Every day is a new adventure!”- Jackson H., Student, SNHU