It’s that time of the year again when parents across the United States wonder “What am I going to do with the kids during summer break?” For some families it is the opportunity to travel. For others it’s time to provide them with opportunities and extra curricular activities that their children could not participate in during the school year. For others it’s a worry about leaving the kids at home alone for long periods of time. But there is an answer! Summer camps offer the opportunity to learn and play in ways you may not have time to during the regular school year. Here’s one camp that the features learning and innovation in the fields of game design and development, programming and app development, film making, robotics, music and audio production, and sports and technology.
Disclosure: This is a conversation sponsored by US Family Guide and Digital Media Academy. However, all opinions expressed are 100% my own.
Founded at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy is ranked as one of the ten best summer camps in the world.
Kids and teens learn computer programming, app development, 3D modeling, robotics, graphic design, filmmaking, and much more. DMA summer camps are one or multiple week experiences taught by industry experts and tech professionals.
Campers get hands-on experience creating projects using the latest hardware and software from Apple, Canon, Adobe, and more. Give your teen a pre-collegiate experience or build a child’s confidence through project-based learning. 25 locations at top universities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Camps are filling fast, register early to save money and stay off the wait list.
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