Get a discount when enrolling your children in iD Tech summer camps at CWRU

This summer, encourage the awesome in your child. At iD Tech camps, held at Case Western Reserve University, students ages 7 to 17 can learn to code, design video games, modify Minecraft, engineer robots, model 3-D characters, build websites, print 3-D models and more.

Campers are taught in small groups of just eight students per instructor for the most personalized instruction. iD Tech offers a variety of summer programs for kids and teens, including an online learning platform for ages 10-18 (Tech Rocket), early-education STEM programs for ages 6-9 (iD Tech Mini), all-girls camps for ages 10-15 (Alexa Cafe) and two-week, overnight programs (iD Game Design & Development and Programming Academies) for teens wanting the most immersive, in-depth instruction.

Case Western Reserve University faculty and staff members who enroll their children can save $75 with code CWRTC16 when they register and pay in full by June 1. The savings for iD Tech Mini is $50.

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