Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsFriends · 1 decade ago

summer camps?

im 15 and i want to enrol in some summer camps for fun and have something to do. i'm interested in computer-related camps and courses. i live in toronto. any suggestions or organisations that offer good camps?

and are any of you going to go to any camps this summer? which ones are you going to??


6 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Advanced Engineering and Robotics Summer Program [ Mature Teens ] - Program designed for advanced high school students. Covers robotics, engineering, and computer programming. Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

    Advanced Industry Mentors [ Kids/Teens ] - Week-long half-day camps for ages 8-16 in Markham, Ontario, using LEGO robotic kits to explore engineering and design careers.

    Camp CAEN [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Computer and technology exploration summer camp, residential and commuter, for ages 13 to 17, at the University of Michigan's College of Engineering.

    Camp Fitch Computer Camp [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Offers a residential computer program, plus outdoor activities, at YMCA camp on the shore of Lake Erie in Ohio. For campers through age 17.

    Computing Insights [ Mature Teens ] - Three-week summer program at the University of Toronto to introduce high school students to computer science. Describes schedule, topics, and other details.

    CyberARTS Camp, Toronto, Canada [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Offers week-long day camp programs for ages 8-17, with course topics including introduction to computer graphics, web design, and advanced 3D animation.

    Cybercamps [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Residential and day camps for ages 7-18, teaching web design, 3D animation, programming, digital arts, and game design at several U.S. university locations. Includes list of locations, price, and course demos.

    DigiPen Institute of Technology Summer Workshops [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Summer camps for grade 5-12 students wanting to learn video game programming and design, 3D animation, and robotics, in Redmond, Washington, and Kenosha, Wisconsin.

    Digital Adventures - Computer Camps [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Offers day camps in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, including video game design, web page design and general computing. Site includes campers' web pages.

    Digital Media Academy Teen Focus [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Conducts week-long summer computer camps for high school teens, including video game design, digital graphics, 3D animation, and web design. Day/overnight programs located at Stanford University and University of Texas.

    Digital Media Adventures [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Summer day/overnight computer camps taught by professional instructors at universities across the United States, including game design, digital video, web design, graphic design, and robotics.

    Emagination Computer Camps [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Offers day and overnight programs in the Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia, and Chicago areas for kids ages 8 to 17. Includes web design, game design, programming, build a PC, model rocketry, LEGO robots, and digital photography.

    Emagination Game Design [ Mature Teens ] - Two-week program for teens 16-18 gives an intensive overview of the game design industry and allows partcipants to be part of a design team that creates an original video game. Waltham, Massachusetts.

    Futurekids Ottawa [ Kids/Teens ] - Offers computer camps, after school classes, and programs to students ages 7-14 in the Ottawa area.

    iD Tech Computer Camps [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Offers weeklong, day and overnight camp programs for ages 7-17 at several US university campuses. Subjects include computer programming, digital video production, and robotics.

    Kid Tech Academy [ Kids/Teens ] - Offers camps and after-school programs in the Chicago area, featuring computer skills and fun. Topics include Web design, digital imaging, games, and Internet.

    Mentor Systems Computer Camps [ Teens/Mature Teens ] - Residential and day camps for one week each for age 12 - 16 during July in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada covering web site building, programming in C++, graphics, and peer-to-peer programs.

    National Computer Camps [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Offers summer residential and day camp programs for ages 8-18 at several different colleges and universities around the U.S.

    Planet Bravo' [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Summer camps and after-school programs in the Los Angeles area give kids a chance to learn topics such as video game design, movie making, animation cartooning, web design, and robotics. Grades 2-10. Locations, dates, and course descriptions.

    SummerTech Computer Camps [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Offers one-week summer programs for day and overnight campers ages 8-16 at several U.S. college and university campus locations. Subjects include programming, Web design, Flash animation, and game design.

    TechKnowHow Computer and Lego Summer Camps [ Kids/Teens ] - Offers programs for ages 6 to 16 at several San Francisco Bay Area locations. Lists courses, locations, fees, and other details.

    TechPlayzone [ Kids/Teens ] - Science and Technology Center for ages 6-14 in Valrico, Florida. Offers summer camps, after-school program, and technology workshops on robotics, video game creation, web design, digital movie making, music mixing, and 3-D modeling.

    Thinnox Design Academy [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - Summer programs in animation, game design, web and graphic design, and related fields. Mississauga, Ontario.

    VisionTech Camps [ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] - San Francisco Bay Area. Offers summer camps and after-school enrichment classes to kids ages 6-17, in robotics, video game design, podcasting, digital film making, and other tech topics.


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  • 4 years ago

    I have a 9 year old daughter. She loves summer camp! They go on field trips, she gets to see her friends everyday, and do different activites and crafts. I love the director of her camp and she keeps the kids busy from the start to finish, but its not OVERLY structured. Things should be a little laid back because it is summer vacation. I'm sure a babysitter coming to the house would be great too as long as the babysitter is interactive with the kids,and the are kept busy and don't feel the summer was a bust because they were bored, then its fine. Maybe get a babysitter that drives so they can go on "field trips" to the movies, park, skating rink or whatever. You don't want their brains in neutral over the summer they need to stay active, and keep their mind challenged, by not watching Spongebob all day, so home projects and crafts are ideal

  • 1 decade ago

    My Action Agent name is redwood. I am attending in Waltham Massachusetts. They have more locations through out the U.S. including one at Walt Disney World.

    Giant Campus’ summer camps give kids the essential 21st century skills needed for success in today’s tech-driven, global marketplace. While we’re teaching kids how to program a computer, build a robot or design a Web site, we’re also encouraging them to think critically, work collaboratively and communicate effectively – igniting their potential and building character.

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    Cybercamps (ages 6-11) – Select Pump It Up locations host an introduction to the world of technology, exercising kids’ minds and bodies. Use this promo code to earn a discount when you register: redwood

    Hope to see you there - redwood

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