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iD Tech Camps at Colorado State University

5 Stars based on 2 reviews (review)

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Camp Location: and 60 prestigious universities nationwide., Ft. Collins, Colorado,
Ages: 7 to 17 years old
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
Session dates: June- July
Cost (range): varies
Contact Person:
Phone: 1-888-709-TECH(8324)
Fax: 1-408-871-2228
Mailing Address:
42 West Campbell Ave
Suite 301
Campbell, California, 95008
Camp Website

Camp's Description

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. This includes Arizona State University, UCLA, UC San Diego, NYU, Vassar College, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, MIT, Stanford and others. 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.
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A few words from an instructor. November 04, 2009
Reviewer: Elementchic1303 from Denver, CO
5 Stars 0 of 0 people found this review helpful

iD camp is wonderful place to send your kids who not only want to have fun, but have a meaningful, learning experience. At iD kids get to spend a week learning the ins and outs of things such as graphic design, games design, and web design, while also being able to go out and play games, connect with other kids their age, play video games, and do other fun activities (particularly overnight.) I was an instructor at the Denver University camp, and it was a great experience. Kids get to learn so much, and do things their parents would never think they could do at the end of just 1 short week. I've seen kids that are returners make friends that they connect with and stay in contact with throughout the whole year. If your child is at ALL interested in technology, I guarantee they would come out of iD tech LOVING it, and not even realizing they were learning in the process. I myself fully intend on returning for the 2010 summer season, as many other campers and instructors do. Us instructors are fully trained so that we can answer any questions thrown our way, and since most of us return, the experience only increases that knowledge. iD tech Rocks!!!
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Fun for all ages October 14, 2009
Reviewer: Pander2099 from Denver, Co
5 Stars 0 of 0 people found this review helpful

The Thing to Remember about ID Tech Camps is that the camps are focusing on teaching students how to grasp programs that are industry standard. Saying this I would like to say that we the staff at CSU did a fine job. I was the lead instructor working at CSU's first summer, part of a three to four man team that ran the camp like a well oiled machine. ID is always a great camp to have your child to go to but with the beautiful CSU Campus this makes a very unique experience with the variety of games that they can enjoy inside and outside with it's huge football fields located next to our classrooms as well as the comfortable dorms. Dining at Corbert Hall was an excellent experience as the students get to pick and choose their dinning choices (Under the watchful eye of the counselors mind you) giving them plenty of independence. Also for overnight students there is plenty to do such as Rock Band, getting Ice Cream from the local Cold Stone, or visiting the historical Old Towne. We also have more athletic actives such as an Olympic size pool and a whole gym for the students benefit. Sending you're child for a week or more insures letting your child to have an experience they'll never forget, going home with new skills, having fun, and learning some of the history of one of Colorado's most prestigious universities.
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