iD Teen Academies - Gaming, Programming & Visual Arts
iD Teen Academies offer 2-week, pre-college summer teen programs. Ages 13-18 get a taste of college life on the campus of a prestigious university location, interacting with industry professionals and like-minded peers, touring a company or game studio, and building a portfolio for college. Accredited Continuing Education Units are also available to demonstrate you’ve completed a course with college-level difficulty.
iD Programming Academy: iPhone, iPad, and Android Development, Programming with Minecraft, Robotics Engineering, and more. Held at NYU, Stanford, Princeton, MIT, Yale, UNC-Chapel Hill, Lake Forest College, UCLA, and the University of Texas at Austin.
iD Gaming Academy: Game Development with Minecraft, iPhone®, and Android, 3D Modeling with Maya, Level Design with UDK, Programming for XBOX 360, and more. Held at Vassar, Stanford, Harvard, Emory, Villanova, the University of Denver, TCU, the University of Washington, and Lake Forest College.
iD Visual Arts Academy: Visual FX with Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects, Professional Photography, and more. Held at NYU, Yale, and UC Berkeley.
Prove interests are more than hobbies and learn different aspects of video game creation, app development, programming, filmmaking, photography, and more at 2-week overnight programs, where ages 13-18 interact with industry professionals and discover potential careers. iD Gaming Academy, iD Programming Academy, and iD Visual Arts Academy (filmmaking and photography) are held at Vassar, NYU, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, and other universities. Students engage in personalized curriculum with a small group of peers (guaranteed 8:1 ratio) to optimize learning and social experiences. Accredited Continuing Education Units are available to help build a portfolio for college.
Held at Vassar, NYU, Princeton, Yale, Stanford & others nationwide
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