According to the tech giant, kids ages 8-12 are invited to “explore their creativity through fun, hands-on projects” this summer, with activities ranging from coding to music to moviemaking to art and design.
How does it work? Campers get three free 90-minute sessions at local Apple stores (plus a T-shirt). All must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Singapore’s annual camp kicks off next week. MacRumors shared a sneak peek at the programs Singapore kids can look forward to this summer, including “Creating Your Own Song with GarageBand” and “Coding Fundamentals and Programming Robots.”
Space is limited and spots tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to save the upcoming registration date. You can also sign up for email reminders or check back at apple.com for updates.
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