iD Tech Camps At University of Michigan

Disclosure: iD Tech Camps has sponsored this post. All opinions are my own.

At iD Tech Camps students will have fun as they learn to code, add Minecraft mods, design video games, engineer robots, build websites, print 3D models, and learn other STEM skills.

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About iD Tech Camps

At iD Tech Camps, campers will make friends while developing a foundation of STEM skills that will be built on throughout the courses and will be useful through school, college, and future careers. iD Tech Camps include more than just time in the computer lab. Camps have a commonsense balance of indoor instruction and outdoor activities.



iD Tech Camp Location

iD Tech Camps are held at over 100 prestigious universities including right here in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan. This is their 14th year hosting camps at UofM. Camps are offered as both day camps and an overnight camp. Day camp would be particularly convenient for parents who work at UM campus or in downtown Ann Arbor. 

iD Tech Camp Details

iD Tech Camps are available for kids ages 7-17 with kids broken into groups by age (7-9, 10-12, 13-17) so they spend most of their time with their peers. One of the great things about iD Tech Camps is that all groups will be small. There is a guaranteed ratio of 8 students (or less) per instructor. With the small groups, they are able to accommodate groups that include campers at all levels from beginner to advanced as campers learn at their own pace.

iD Tech Camps

This camp is the perfect way for kids to expand their STEM knowledge base in a fun environment over the summer. Some of the sessions available this summer are:

  • Adventures in Scratch Programming
  • Intro to Java Coding with Minecraft Mods
  • Robotics Design & Visual Programming
  • Minecraft 3D Game Design
  • Mobile Game Design for iPhone and Android
  • 3D Printing with Autodesk 123D
  • Web Design & Photography
  • C++ Programming

In addition to the indoor, computer time, the camps will all include outdoor activities.

As my daughter gets older, I have seen that there are a lot less options for summer camps for middle and high school students than for younger elementary students. The iD Tech Camps provide a fun summer enrichment activity for tweens and teens.

iD Tech Camp Instructors

Instructors at iD Tech Camp are all adults including many students and gradates recruited from top universities as well as industry professionals. Some instructors are even past iD Tech Campers who have come back as adults to share their love of the camp. A key qualification of all of the instructors is that they are passionate about their subjects. This enthusiasm from the instructors carries over to the students making for a more enjoyable camps.

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iD Tech Camp Logistics

iD Tech Camps are available as both day camp and overnight camp (ages 10+ only). Overnight campers will reside in campus housing from Sunday night through Friday afternoon. Day camp drop-off is 8-9a daily with pickup from 5-6p through Thursday and 3-5p pickup on Friday. Day campers can purchase a lunch plan or bring their own lunch each day. iD Tech Camps are booked by the week. Camps will start on the week of June 13-17 and run through the week of August 1-5. 

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iD Tech Camp Costs

The pricing of an iD Tech Camp varies by session and whether you select day camp or overnight camp. Included in the cost are the low student-instructor ratio, flex-hours with a day that can run from 8a-6p, final project, software discounts, custom iD T-shirt and water bottle, gaming tournaments, and access to the online curriculum (the iD Game Plan). Prices start at $849/week for day camp.

There is currently a discount code for iD Tech Camp on their website. You can save up to $100 when you book and pay in full by May 23. 

Campers at iD Tech Camps have fun while learning valuable skills. There is even an option for teens to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) which can count as college credit.

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Anna Mae

Anna Mae owns & operates Ann Arbor with Kids, a website dedicated to Family Activities in Ann Arbor. My husband and I moved to Ann Arbor in 2003 and our daughter joined the family in 2006.

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