Friday, May 1, 2015

Send your kids to Digital Media Academy this summer! ($75 Off offer!)

Are you looking for an interesting summer camp for your kids and teens this year? How about one that is fun AND builds their real-world experience in an important tech area? 

Digital Media Academy offers a blend of fun and learning at their summer camps! Check out all they have to offer: 

Kids and teens learn computer programming, app development, 3D modeling, robotics, graphic design, filmmaking, and much more. DMA summer camps are one or multiple week experiences taught by industry experts and tech professionals. Campers get hands-on experience creating projects using the latest hardware and software from Apple, Canon, Adobe, and more. 

A little bit about Digital Media Academy


Founded at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy is ranked as one of the ten best summer camps in the world.

Digital Media Academy is also proud to introduce Made by Girls, a new program dedicated to empowering girls and closing the gender gap in the tech industry.


Give your teen a pre-collegiate experience or build a child's confidence through project-based learning. Learn at some of the most prestigous colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and Canada. 


Watch this video to learn a little more about Digital Media Academy


The DMA Experience from Digital Media Academy on Vimeo.


Get $75 off your summer camp registration!!

Save $75 off summer camps at Digital Media Academy with code TECHSUMMER at www.DigitalMediaAcademy.org. Sign up for multiple weeks and save big! Campers save $125 for each additional course they register for. Register by May 31 to #CreateTheNext best-selling app this summer!

Questions? Call 1(866)656-3342 to speak with a Guest Service Representative or email info@digitalmediaacademy.org and mention the US Family Guide Special Offer

#CreateTheNext this summer at Digital Media Academy!

This post was written as part of the US Family Guide blogger program and I will be compensated for sharing this message! All opinions are my own. 


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