I saw an article in the newspaper about a spectacular summer camp for computer-loving techie kids.
Summer camps have long been part of the American experience for children and teenagers, and for the last 30 years or so, computers and technology have added to the equation. “What we’re trying to do is to take a child’s hobby and show how to turn it into a potential career,” Safran said. “This summer, Karen Katzenberger, 13, of Fall City, plans to take her love of drawing to a new level at DigiPen ProjectFUN with a 3-D animation workshop.”
Read the Seattle Times Article
Learning 3-D animation? Getting experience at DigiPen? What an amazing opportunity!
Most summer camps can fill up early, so now is the best time to start looking for something if your child is interested. It would be impossible for me to list summer camps here, because families have different criteria, and children have different interested. I could point you to some great summer camps for chess in the Seattle Area (Chess4Life.com) but I don’t think that will be a good fit for every student! Instead, a quick google search will help you find the information you need! Now is the time to seek a summer camp if you are interested.
I’ve recently been connecting with homeschooling businesses on LinkedIn. I invite you to send me an invitation if you want to connect with my business.