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iD Tech Camps at Princeton

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Camp Location: Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540, United States
Ages: 7-17
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
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Cost (range): Please Check Website
Contact Person: Client Services Department
Phone: 1-888-709-8324
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Experience summer tech fun at America’s #1 Tech Camp! Ages 7-17 create video games, websites with Flash, digital movies, C++ or Java programs, graphic arts, robots, 3D models and more using the latest industry-grade software. These weeklong, day and overnight summer camps for beginner to advanced users are located at 60 prestigious universities in 25 states. In New Jersey and nearby: Princeton University, Seton Hall University, Villanova University, NYU, Columbia, Fordham University, and Vassar College. Other locations include Stanford, Harvard, MIT, Northwestern, Emory and more. With an average of just six students per instructor, students receive instruction from fun, tech-savvy staff and complete a project by the end of the week.

Check out special Sports & Tech and Surf & Tech programs throughout California!

Additional multi-week programs for Teens ages 13-18 include iD Gaming Academy, iD Film Academy and iD Programming Academy.

Visit or call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) for details and specials. Save with promo code WD88.

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Great Camp for Tech Kids August 09, 2010
Reviewer: Margo from NJ
5 Stars 1 of 1 people found this review helpful

My son totally loved his experience at Princeton with ID Tech camps. He took the Iphone Apps course and loved it so much he went back for an additional week later in the summer. He did the camp as a sleep away camp because it was too far to commute every day. It was his first overnight camp and the experience could not have been better. Both weeks he had nice roommates that were age appropriate. The great thing is all the kids a this camp "speak the same language". It is sometimes hard to find kids that love all things tech to share info and interests with, but this is the place. The staff was fantastic making the week really fun and interesting...and safe. My son's counselor was knowledgable about the subject and very patient. The director and assistant director went above and beyond if there was an issue to handle. Last year my son did a video game creation camp week at Seton Hall (as a day camp) and that also was a good experience. We also know another child from our area who did a video game creation camp at Princeton this year (as a sleep away camp) and loved it. A great experience all around and I am sure my son will be back again next year.
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