If you’ve ever heard of the 70s group Doctor Hook, maybe you remember their classic country-rocker about how they aspired to get their picture “On the Cover of the Rolling Stone“? (And what do you know, it eventually worked, too!)
With 104 Pulitzer Prizes (the most of any news organization), The New York Times is one the most respected newspaper in the world and has been continuously published since 1851.
DMA isn’t looking to make the cover of RS just yet. For now we’re content to simply offer the best computer and digital media camp experience ever. Of course, a little press never hurt anyone, either. This past week, Digital Media Academy was mentioned in the New York Times.
But Don’t just take the New York Times Online’s word for it. Check out a DMA summer camp for yourself! Digital Media Academy is the premier Computer Summer Camp for Teens (ages 12-18), and Kids (ages 6-12). No other camp offers DMA’s unique, high-tech camp experience. DMA’s instructors are industry professionals who share their experience while combining hands-on learning with high-tech adventure. Campers create their own unique media projects in a sophisticated and exciting learning environment. Enjoy day camp or residential experiences that provide a pre-college environment at locations in the US and Canada.
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