"Our goal is to make sure each camper gets superior technology instruction and leaves camp with real-life computer skills, whether it be gaming, design or animation."
(Vocus/PRWEB) April 28, 2010
Computer camp leader, Think Big Computer Camps, has published their 2011 summer computer camp schedule. The tech professionals on staff have over 50 years of experience working camps to help children find their computer niche, make friends, and have fun. Overnight and day camps are offered.
The Think Big Computer Camps have a unique balance between technological learning and outdoor activities, providing campers with the opportunity to "get outside" and be active while also gaining important computer experience. With several different Technology Workshops, including video game design, animation design, digital media, and much more, the Think Big camps have something to offer all kids interested in the amazing world of computers.
Computer camps continue to be one of the fastest growing camp industries in the country. Think Big Computer Camps give campers an amazing experience with both learning and fun both inside the classroom and out. Many families appreciate the role that camp plays in the development of their child's computer education. As Think Big Computer Camps President Charley Biggs stated, "Our goal is to make sure each camper gets superior technology instruction and leaves camp with real-life computer skills, whether it be gaming, design or animation."
Interested prospective campers can learn more about the Think Big Camps and view the 2011 camp schedule at http://www.thinkbigcamps.com.
The Think Big Computer Camps are a division of eCamps, Inc. eCamps is a nationally recognized provider of summer camps. Other camps include the GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps, adidas Tennis Camps, Revolution Field Hockey Camps and International Squash Academy.