Your future programmer, filmmaker, video game-maker, or scientist will benefit from a summer full of fun and learning.
Whether it’s learning to code, film production, Minecraft, or even building robots, this camp allows kids to use create something awesome with technology in a fun one-week session. The 8 to 1 ratio of students to mentor allows kids to have the attention they need to develop as a programmer, while having fun with their peers who have their similar interests.
4947 Alton Pkwy, Irvine | planetbravo.com
Kids and teens of all skill levels will learn and interact with coding, machine learning, film, robotics, and game design, as well as learn and develop the skills needed to compete at top companies such as Google and Toshiba. The small class sizes, tech-savvy staff, and modernized curriculum will help future coders and programmers produce projects in a fun and educational atmosphere. The camps age range is 7-17 years.
Multiple locations | 1-888-709-8324
The weeklong summer tech camps have various locations throughout OC and SoCal and offer a fun and educational training program for budding programmers. The professional mentors will guide campers and strengthen STEM with project-based projects that they create to take home – and the program also shares files with parents to show off to their friends and family. There is a 5-8 to 1 student to teacher ratio, so campers have an individualized and hands-on experience, and each camper has their own computer to work on.
Multiple locations | coderevkids.com
This all-girls summer program for ages 4-12 allows future scientists and programmers the ability to learn from STEM teachers, professors and professionals who will inspire and teach your daughter that science and technology is fun and beneficial for their futures. Over the six-week camp, students will learn from a tailored curriculum with hands-on experiments and field trips, and interactions with female STEM role models, for a fun and memorable summer with fellow female technology lovers.
1530 Concordia, Irvine | projectscientist.org/programs/orange-county
Kids in grades 3-8 can enjoy this two-week beginning coding and robotics day camp that offers a variety of sessions, including Robo Starter and Programming (June 18-29, July 9-20), where students will receive an introduction to mechanical design and Lego car programming; and a second level session where students will learn Lego claw programming and creation. The project and cross-curriculum material is all provided for campers.
1086 N Tustin Ave, Anaheim | 866-669-9228 | qdlearning.net
By Jackie Moe