Supporting Minnesotans with ASD to Get Jobs in Technology Fields
Computer Camps in Minnesota
Technology camps are designed for beginners to advanced learners. These camps offer customized instruction as well as social time. Instruction includes Video Game Design, Programming, Web Design, and more. Students with ASD should be supported to attend a computer camp that includes students without disabilities. Here is a sample of computer camps available in Minnesota.
Computer Explorers offers Technology and Science summer camps for children and young adults, Kindergarten through 9th grade, through school district Community Education Programs. The 2014 Summer Camp Class schedule is available and descriptions can be found at http://www.computerexplorersmn.com/summercamps.html. A total of 55 camp classes - from Video Game Creation to Digital Film Making and Production to 3D and Advanced Engineering to Robotic Builders - will be offered this summer in 76 community education or recreation programs throughout the state. Pre-school classes are also available. Contact the Community Education program in your school district for more information about the camps and registration.
iD Tech Camps:
Summer computer camps for kids and teens, ages 7 to 18, are offered on college and university campuses across the United States. Macalester College offers a broad range of programs including video game design, web design, programming, robotics, etc. Both day and overnight camps are available.