University of Washington

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Explore 2021 Virtual Tech Camps

Get ready for fun and impactful learning with our spring and summer Virtual Tech Camps with STEAM and project-based learning. Check out our course the available course options here.

Seattle Tech Camps

Our Digital Media Academy community at the University of Washington is one of the strongest and most diverse, reflecting the culture in the surrounding Seattle area. Our staff is committed to bringing the highest level of tech education to our campers while enjoying the beautiful Seattle campus.

Our staff is made up of working tech professionals and STEM educators who range from computer science teachers to Maya college professors. At our Seattle summer camps, elementary, middle school and high school students can develop their filmmaking skills, design a new video game, code an app, or model and print a 3D design. Our staff’s commitment to education allows them to guide students as they work on projects, and mentor them through bringing their own unique ideas to life. Our courses are designed with 21st-century skills in mind – focusing on teaching creativity, collaboration, and communication. Students will learn to work with their peers while exploring different approaches to problem-solving.

Seattle Tech Camps

Our Digital Media Academy community at the University of Washington is one of the strongest and most diverse, reflecting the culture in the surrounding Seattle area. Our staff is committed to bringing the highest level of tech education to our campers while enjoying the beautiful Seattle campus.

Our staff is made up of working tech professionals and STEM educators who range from computer science teachers to Maya college professors. At our Seattle summer camps, elementary, middle school and high school students can develop their filmmaking skills, design a new video game, code an app, or model and print a 3D design. Our staff’s commitment to education allows them to guide students as they work on projects, and mentor them through bringing their own unique ideas to life. Our courses are designed with 21st-century skills in mind – focusing on teaching creativity, collaboration, and communication. Students will learn to work with their peers while exploring different approaches to problem-solving.

Camp Upgrades

Get the most out of your summer with DMA when you add any or all of the following:

Lunch Plan

Get lunch on campus so you don’t have to pack your own.

Overnight Housing

Stay in the dorms and eat on-campus, Sunday through Friday.

Weekend Stay

Add Weekend Stay and enjoy extra activities and day trips around the area.

Extended Day

Our flexible Extended Day option allows families to pick-up students as late as 6:00 PM from Monday to Thursday.

Why Digital Media Academy?

You can count on us to deliver on all the things that truly matter.

Passionate Staff

Educators, artists, and talented industry professionals with a passion for STEAM education.

A Balanced Experience

Our students enjoy a balanced camp day with both in-class lessons and outdoor activities.

Project-Based Learning

Our curriculum sparks curiosity, builds confidence, while fostering teamwork and collaboration.

Safety Matters

Our staff are experienced and trained to provide a learning environment that is safe and ideal for learning.

University of Washington Campus Facts

Founded in 1861, University of Washington is one of the oldest public universities on the West Coast. UW is known for its discoveries made by students. These include bubblegum, vinyl, synthetic rubber, the color TV and more. Alumni such as Beverly Cleary, Chuck Close, and Bonnie Dunbar have all left a legacy on UW that continues to motivate its students.

In 1970, the UW campus and students organized an event called “World’s First Trash-in” which led to Seattle becoming a world leader in recycling. Students brought trash from home and separated it into glass, metal, paper, and plastic in an effort to educate and innovate the way we handle waste. The 643 acre campus in Seattle also reaches around the world to more than 50 locations in more than 10 countries.