Friday, April 10, 2015

Digital Media Academy Soccer & Tech Summer Camps in Northern CA {Exclusive Savings Offer}

Starting to make summer plans? Summer camps are where treasured memories are made! Founded at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy is ranked as one of the ten best summer camps in the world.

Choose from two summer programs at
Santa Clara University: Adventures in Soccer & Game Design for Boys or Adventures in Soccer, Photography & Graphic Design for Girls.

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Give your child a pre-collegiate experience and build their confidence through project-based learning. Campers get hands-on experience creating projects using the latest hardware and software from Apple, Canon, Adobe, and more.  

Students develop real-world tech skills while sharpening their soccer skills as they train with Santa Clara University's Division I soccer program. Students must bring their own soccer gear, including a soccer ball and all required soccer equipment (shin guards, athletic clothing with no pockets, socks, cleats, and water bottle). 
Digital Media Academy's Soccer & Technology summer camps combine athletics and tech learning in one dynamic camp. Students spend the mornings on the field and receive training from some of the best college soccer players in the world. In the afternoon, students head to the studio classroom, where they discover the fundamentals concepts of photography or game design. 

Register now to save $365! Call 866-656-3342 and mention "USFG Soccer Discount" by April 30, 2015 to receive this exclusive offer when you register. With only 10 seats available for each camp, this savings will not last long. Camps are filling fast, so register early Digital Media Academy's Soccer & Technology summer camps and stay off the wait list.

Questions? Email a Guest Service Representative at and mention "USFG Soccer Discount."


Rebecca Swenor said...

This is totally an amazing program for kids. Both my boys would have loved to do this indeed. I love that they do both sports and technical studies. Thanks for sharing.

Janet W. said...

Sounds like a great educational experience!