What will I take home from the iD Coding and Engineering Academy?

What will students take home from the iD Teen Academies?

All graduates will leave the iD Teen Academy with a portfolio tailored to their course topic, along with their iD Tech Diploma. This portfolio is invaluable to use for college applications, internships, and jobs.

iD alumni can begin registering as early as November 6. Registration opens to the general public on November 13.
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