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Digital Media Academy summer camps at Harvard offers an incredible opportunity for students ages 9 to 18 to spend time at one of the best universities in the country. Students can learn to code, build an app, program a robot, or explore the world of music production in beautiful classrooms surrounded by the Harvard University grounds. Our STEM courses will also introduce students to 21st-century skills; they will learn to collaborate, create and think critically to solve problems.
No matter the program, students will learn from our highly accomplished Digital Media Academy instructors who have been hired for both their experience teaching and as working professionals in their industry. Elementary, middle school and high school students will learn relevant technical skills, collaborate and think critically, and make new friends. They will leave with an amazing final project and lasting memories.
Founded in 1636, this university is the oldest institution of higher learning in the U.S. The campus occupies 210 acres in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is located just across the Charles River from Boston.
The university counts eight presidents among its alumni, including Barack Obama and George W. Bush. Tech industry giants Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg also attended classes here. The university is an American institution, but also its oldest corporation. Business and innovation have grown here for hundreds of years, with the largest academic library in the U.S available to those who study in its classrooms.
Digital Media Academy is not affiliated with Harvard University, nor is Digital Media Academy a Harvard University Program or Activity. This Camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the Cambridge Board of Health.