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Oregon 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 OR 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 Oregon, we offer Portland summer camps held at Lewis & Clark college. Do something BIG this summer! Check OR computer camp availability below.

Oregon Camp Locations

    • iD Tech Camps

      Day Camp: Ages 7-17

      Overnight Camp: Ages 10-17

      Nearby Airports

      NOTE: We do NOT do airport pick-ups or drop-offs.

      PORTLAND: PDX (17 miles, 25 mins by car, 1h 30 mins public transit)

      Portland, OR

Oregon STEM Snapshot

The state of Oregon is at the forefront of promoting change in STEM in order to impact education statewide for kids and teens. And, it’s for good reason, as there are currently over 8,000 computing jobs waiting to be filled in Oregon (which is nearly 4 times the average demand in the entire state). These jobs are lucrative, with the average computing job salary hovering around $81,000.

  • There are a number of state forums in place to showcase archetypal STEM practices, while also engaging the underserved. Such hubs include the Central Oregon STEM Hub, GO STEM, Oregon Coast Regional STEM Hub, Portland Metro STEM Partnership, South Metro Salem STEM Partnership, and others.
  • Unfortunately, there were only 355 computer science graduates in the state of Oregon in 2015. Even worse, only 11% of graduates were female. View more information about the STEM landscape in Oregon with stage facts from
  • The Oregon STEM education initiative operates with the following goals in mind: to connect STEM education with college and career prep in related fields; to identify the elements lacking and excelling in improvement STEM education across the state; and to outline the way in which educators can provide those communities interested in advancing in STEM with the programs needed to make change.