So you live in Las Vegas, and your children are almost out of school for the summer. Instead of letting them spend the whole summer surfing the internet or hiding inside playing video games, why not send them to a camp that will help them create websites and develop video games?
Since 1999 over 130,000 students worldwide have immersed in hands-on learning to create iPhone apps,programs with C++ and Java, video games, websites, movies, 3D models, ad designs, robots, films, and photos. Beginner to advanced students ages 7-17 enroll in these fun and challenging, week long, day and overnight summer camps held at 60 prestigious universities nationwide including UNLV, Stanford, Princeton, and others.
Las Vegas is fortunate to have one of these programs right here in our Valley! Your child can spend the day, week, or even spend the night at a camp that will help nurture their love of science and technology! Created for ages 7-17 this iD Tech Las Vegas summer camps are sure to have your child buzzing with creativity.
Check out their sample schedule for a typical week at camp! Can you believe all the amazing things your child could be doing this summer? Not to mention they will be learning while having fun and making new relationships. A camp like this can really help give your child the confidence they need to realize a passion for technology.
- Video Game Design – Game Development
- Programming & Robotics
- App Development
- 3D Game Modding – 3D Modeling
- Web & Graphic Design
- Photography & Video Editing
New for 2012, students can complement their summer experience by subscribing to iDTech365.com – a new online learning community that offers exclusive tutorials, forums, and video lessons. And don’t forget about the FREE monthly online workshops taught by live instructors, available to iD alumni and students registered for the 2012 season.
Plus they will be getting a ton of personalized and individual attention thanks to the iD Tech Camps Staff Ratio Guarantee:
Students learn in small classes for a personalized experience. How small? Classes typically have 5, 6, 7, or 8 students – but never more than 8 per instructor. That’s the iD Guarantee – if we ever go over an 8:1 ratio, you get a free week of camp!
What are you waiting for? Contact iD Tech Camps today and have your child Do Something Big this summer! I know I have my fingers crossed that this amazing camp is still around when my son is old enough to attend. If you would like to hear what other parents are saying about the camp, check out their testimonial page it is quite inspiring!
Visit www.internalDrive.com for more information and to register online (check real-time-up-to-the-minute-availability). Or call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) to speak to a Program Advisor who can recommend a customized summer schedule to develop a student’s interest.
This post has been sponsored by iD Tech Camps, all thoughts and opinions are 100% honest and my own.
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Crystal @ Simply Being Mommy says
That sounds like a great place for kids to go that are in to technology.
One day, when my kids are older
This is cool! My kids would love something like this in their school. Maybe I should move to Las Vegas 😉 Thanks for sharing!
Virginia from That Bald Chick says
Ooooh! If only it were in St Louis!
Tricia Nightowlmama says
WOW that place sounds awesome I miss las Vegas 🙁
Leslie Pleasants says
That sounds awesome!! 🙂
My kids would LOVE this! I wish they had something like this in my “neck of the woods”. In fact I wish they had a grown up version too. I would love to learn how to do all those cool things.
These camps sound like so much fun! Ditto wishing they were in St. Louis!
So you know, iD Tech Camps also offers courses at Washington University in St. Louis. Good luck with your summer planning!