This is a partnered post with iD Tech.
My kids go to some kind of summer camp every year and they love it. I love it too! Summer camp provides an opportunity to be around other kids, learn in a group setting while having fun. Summer camp also provides an opportunity for children to keep losing information they learned during the school year. By keeping those little minds active, the summer slide doesn’t happen.
I’m also very into STEM and tech education. Children need these skills to survive in our world. So I love the idea of tech camp. At iD Tech, they teach 55k students how to code, build robots, develop apps, and much more. Their programs are at the University of Washington, University of Puget Sound, Bellevue College, and other sites just in the WA area. ID Tech is actually the #1 Tech Camp in the country! They have locations everywhere.
We have a savings code: Use APR2017 to save $75 on iD Tech Summer Camp. And I just looked at the schedule and it’s filling up fast (at least in our area it is). They have courses for kids from 7 – 12 and 13 – 17. Plus they keep classes down to a ratio of about 8 to 1. Which is pretty outstanding. They have quite a few locations and if you happen to be one of my readers that does not live in the Puget Sound area, be sure to check out their website, iD Tech and find the location closest to you.
This summer by doing one of these camps your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of 275,000 iD Tech students and alumni who are organizing robotics clubs, starting companies, founding nonprofits, and landing jobs at tech powerhouses like Facebook and Google. For 18 years, it has been iD Tech’s mission to empower the next generation of coders, app developers, game designers, engineers, and innovators. Whether you attend for one session or come back repeatedly, your child’s tech pathway starts here.