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.
Visit iDTech.com for more info or call 1.888.709.8324.