It’s Not Too Late for Summer Camp

By Phill Powell

There’s never been a better time to join the Tech Revolution. And even though summer is in full swing, there’s still time (and space available) to attend Digital Media Academy’s technology camps.

At DMA tech camps, students get hands-on experience creating technology with the latest software.

Room to Grow
DMA offers camps and courses for kids (ages 6 to 12) and teens (12 to 17). DMA’s technology camp are a great way to bring a shy student “out of their shell.” It’s also a perfect way to for teens to get pre-collegiate experience while they complete a project that can look great on a college application.

When students attend DMA, they discover what’s it takes to create video games, build robots, engineer rockets and bridges and get hands-on experience developing apps, making films, producing music, animation, computer programs and more.

This summer, your child can attend a DMA tech camp on the historic campus of Harvard University.

No matter how you look at it, summer camp has great benefits:

  • Preview College: A DMA tech camp is an ideal chance for young people to receive a safe and controlled pre-collegiate experience. At most locations, DMA students eat in the same dining halls as college students, and at some locations, students can stay overnight in student dorms.
  • Lasting Friendships: DMA camps are geared either for kids or teens, and classes are organized by age group. And since camps are selected according to student interest, students get to meet other young people who share their interests.
  • Recreation Activities: While DMA delivers specialized instruction in cutting-edge tech subjects like robotics camps, DMA is also a summer camp, and for Adventures campers, that means recreational activities and breaks throughout the day.

Digital Media Academy’s Adventures program for 6 to 12-year-olds both inspires and challenges.

Make Summer Count
In addition to getting time with their new friends and having an incredible learning experience, DMA students enjoy activities, too. And because DMA has separate instructional and recreational staffs, DMA teachers remain fully energized every day. DMA still has openings in selected camp programs during certain weeks.

For more information about availability or to register, check DMA’s website or call (866) 656-3342.