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    Emagination Computer Camps: Massachusetts


    • Listing Type: Summer Programs
    • Destination: United States
    • Program Delivery: Day, Residential
    • Provided By: Independent Provider
    • Session Start: June, July, August
    • Session Length: Two Weeks, Six Weeks, Four Weeks
    • Entering Grade: Below 6th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
    • Gender: Coed
    • Category: STEM
    • Sub-Categories: Computer Science, Web Design, Coding
    • Selective: No
    • Ages: 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
    • Minimum Cost: $1,500 - $2,999
    • Credit Awarded: No
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    Emagination blends the latest in technology learning with cool non-tech activities that create a well-rounded summer camp experience. Multi-week sessions allow time to make new friends, build self-confidence and become part of a community. Many campers stay longer and return for years.

    Take Three Tech Workshops from a Choice of 25!

    For beginners to experts. Many of our tech camp workshops offer advanced topics and progressive content allowing you to go at your own pace or take workshops multiple times.

    Create animations with Maya® and 3ds Max®Design a website with HTML 5 and WordPressLearn to Code in Python, JavaMake Apps for Apple & AndroidDesign Anime, RPG, Action and Puzzle gamesMake Minecraft ModsBuild Radio-Controlled Cars and RobotsDiscover Engineering in CAD and Redstone Circuitry

    Reviews (1)

    • Good program
      stars stars stars stars stars
      Reviewed on Mar/27/2017 by CV

      My son went to E-Magination computer camp in 2014 and then 2015; he liked it a great deal. The first year, he went just for their one-week session, because he hadn't been to overnight camp before (he was 12) and was eager to go for the 2-week Minecraft-all-the-time session when he was old enough at 13. (I do not know if they are still offering the only-Minecraft sessions.)

      We asked specifically about Aspie kids, and they said they were very familiar with Aspies, and he should have no problems, and they were correct. The only things he didn't like were being compelled to shower daily (oh, the ignominy!) and having to go outside for some movement between computer classes. As a parent, neither of these are a drawback in my mind. The outdoor times were structured to be fun; for example, at the Minecraft camp, they had teams of "Villagers" versus "Creepers" (one of the mosters) and they did quests and chases and so on. Our experiences were with the Boston camps.