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iD Gaming Academy for Teens held at Emory

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Camp Location: Held at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 30322,
Gender: Male and Female
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Contact Person: Client Services Department
Phone: 1-888-709-TECH
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Are you a gamer? Imagine 250 hours living, dreaming & breathing gaming. Prove that gaming is more than a hobby & gain a competitive edge for college/future careers. 2-week overnight, pre-college program for ages 13-18 w/small classes. Held at universities including Stanford, Harvard, Emory, and more. Immerse in game creation, build a portfolio, interact w/pros & play in gaming tournaments. COURSES: 3D Modeling w/Autodesk Maya, Level Design w/UDK, Programming for Xbox 360, or Game Development for iPhone & Android. Accredited Continuing Education Units available. Small classes (guaranteed max 8:1) taught by top-tier instructors. YEAR-ROUND LEARNING! Students can complement their summer experience by subscribing to – an online learning community offering tutorials, forums, and video lessons. And don’t forget about the FREE monthly online workshops taught by live instructors. OTHER SUMMER PROGRAMS: Additional 2-week Teen academies include iD Programming Academy and iD Visual Arts Academy ( Also weeklong, day and O/N video game and technology camps for ages 7-17 located at 60 universities in 27 states ( VISIT iDGAMINGACADEMY.COM for more information and to register online (check real-time-up-to-the-minute-availability). Or call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) to speak to a Program Advisor who can recommend a customized summer schedule to develop a student’s interest.

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