At DMA, kids (ages 6-12) and teens (ages 12-17) learn computer programming, app development, 3D modeling, robotics, graphic design, filmmaking, and much more!
There are locations in the following areas:
- N. CALIFORNIA
- S. CALIFORNIA
- NEW YORK
- NORTH CAROLINA
- WASHINGTON, DC
Digital Media Academy tech summer camps are filling up faster than ever! Don’t miss out on the summer experience of a lifetime – SAVE $100 with code CR8TECH16 when you register by March 31, 2016.
Choose from one week DMA Camps, or step it up with two week DMA Academies , all taught by industry experts and tech professionals. New for 2016 are half day Jr. Adventures. They understand that a full day can be a lot for younger campers, which is why Jr. Adventures camps are now half-day. Choose from a variety of camps running in the morning and afternoon. Also new for 2016 are online classes!
Campers get hands-on experience creating projects using the latest hardware and software from Apple, Canon, Adobe, and more. The average student-to-staff ratio for kids programs (age 6-12) is 6:1 and for the teen programs (age 12-17) it is 7:1.
Digital Media Academy also offers STEM camps just for girls, called Made by Girls! Learn from a female role model and tech professional in an environment of creative girls just like you!
Hurry, save $100 with code CR8TECH16 when you register by March 31!
See you this summer at Digital Media Academy! #CreateTheNext
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