iD Tech The Camp That Promises Kids A Future

This Camp Has Been Teaching STEM Education For 20 Years!

By Courtney Daly-Pavone May 29, 2018

Most kids are glued to their screens, and as parents, we complain about it, but what if technology is your child's passion? Some kids dream of designing software and research shows that STEM jobs—specifically in technology—are the highest paid and fastest growing in the country.   The Smithsonian reports that by the end of 2018, 2.4 million STEM jobs will go unfilled.  iD Tech is a camp that teaches children ages seven to eighteen coding, design, video games, mod Minecraft, create with Roblox, how to build laptops and more!  This unique camp is held at college campuses nationwide and at Two Campuses in San Diego- iD Tech at UCSD and USD. 

For 20 years, iD Tech has taught STEM education to 350,000 alumni. Their Alumni often go on to launch startups, found nonprofits, and land dream jobs at tech powerhouses like Google and Facebook. iD Tech also partners with Adobe, Android, Autodesk, Microsoft, and Unity, providing tools that empower students to create and innovate like the pros.

The only summer tech program that’s been trusted by the top universities Stanford, NYU, Caltech—for 20 years.

Plenty of Summer Fun
Dress-up days. Raffles. Outdoor activities. Gaming tournaments. Music video parodies. Pie-your- instructor Fridays. iD Tech camp culture takes the pressure off so students can build a lifelong
passion for tech alongside new friends.

Bridging the Digital Divide 50,000 Girls Have Graduated from Co-Ed Tech Camps and Academies 

iD Tech believes that every child deserves access to quality tech education, regardless of socioeconomic background.

Who are the iD Tech Staff?
Top talent from universities like Stanford, RIT, Caltech, and MIT to inspire campers in an upbeat, collaborative environment. With just 5-10 students per instructor (maximum 10), beginner to advanced students enjoy personalized learning at their pace. 

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