This post is sponsored by Digital Media Academy, but all opinions, as always, are our own.
Wondering what to do with your kids this summer?
Every year, parents scramble to find a place for their kids during summer break. Sometimes, kids just stay home (if they’re old enough), sometimes a parent arranges to stay home with them, and sometimes grandparents, friends or a paid sitter take care of them.
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But what if summer could be a time for learning something amazing, new and innovative for your kids?
Founded at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy is ranked as one of the ten best summer camps in the world.
Kids can choose from digital filmmaking, game design, iPhone® programming, robotics, graphic design, 3D modeling, computer programming, app development and much more. Each DMA summer camps runs for one or more weeks, and are taught by industry experts and tech professionals.
It’s a hands-on experience, where kids create projects using the latest hardware and software from Apple, Canon, Adobe, and more.
Want to learn more?
Because it’s so popular, camps are already starting to fill out fast.
You can find out more about camps at www.DigitalMediaAcademy.org.
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