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Faculty & Staff
iD Coding & Engineering Academy (Ages 13-18)
At iD Coding & Engineering Academy, our faculty consists of top-tier instructors with impressive backgrounds in software programming, computer science, application development, and more. You’ll work side-by-side with staff members who have held positions at Lockheed Martin Global Training & Logistics, published professionals who have been featured in USA Today, and Developers who have worked for Microsoft®. Many are students or graduates of top universities like Stanford, MIT, and Yale. Some are iD alumni who have returned as instructors to “pay it forward.”
We know that the right instructor can profoundly impact the trajectory of your life. Let the real-world experience of our summer instructors motivate you. Observe as they break down complex coding concepts into bite-sized bits. Discover and pursue your talents and passions with the guidance of instructors who know what it takes to succeed in the booming field of computer science.
Voted a Top Workplace 7 years running, we attract the best, tech-savvy staff. Learn more.
- How do I know my teen is safe at iD Coding & Engineering Academy?
As a family-owned company, we take the safety of our students and staff very seriously. All staff and faculty members undergo thorough background checks, and each program has a Director and faculty members that are CPR & First Aid Certified.
- Are faculty members compensated?
We pay our faculty considerably more than the industry standard—if they make it through our rigorous application process, it's because they're worth it.
- How are counselors trained?
Despite our adoration of all things tech, we believe there is no substitute for training our summer faculty in person. By their first day of instruction, they're confident, excited, and equipped to inspire and teach.
- How many students per instructor?
We guarantee an 8:1 student-instructor ratio—the small group environment allows for personalized instruction and proper pacing for each student, regardless of skill level.