Artificial intelligence camps

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Artificial intelligence (AI) camps are an increasingly popular option, especially for teens and older kids. These camps allow your child to acquire essential knowledge and skills in a burgeoning field that intersects computer science and cognitive science. They also provide courses, programs, and instruction tailored to your child’s level of expertise, background, interests, and goals. Read more

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Programs offering AI (Artificial Intelligence) as an activity (22 results)

The camps below offer artificial intelligence as one or more of a range of activities.

  • Online
  • Age 4 to 18+ (Coed)
  • From $125

Learn different programming languages, game making , web site development Visit website

  • Online
  • Age 4 to 18+ (Coed)
  • From $150

Register your students to our Kumon Math and Coding sessions! Visit website

  • West-End, Toronto
  • Age 8 to 12 (Coed)
  • From $500

From coding basics to real world application of Drones, this camp will open mindset for young learners to new opportunities! Visit website

  • West-End, Toronto
  • Age 4 to 7 (Coed)
  • From $475

Introduce your little ones to the world of Robotics. Students are setting up base on the Moon. How is different from Earth? Visit website

  • Online
  • Age 14 to 18+ (Coed)
  • From $260

Build applications using core programming concepts such as methods, loops, and conditional statements. Visit website

  • West-End, Toronto
  • Age 8 to 12 (Coed)
  • From $500

In this camp students will learn the technology behind the 3D builds. They will design & build multiple worlds with VR tech! Visit website

  • Online
  • Age 14 to 18+ (Coed)
  • From $260

Precursor to C++ programming language. Visit website

  • Kingston, ON
  • Age 14 to 17 (Coed)
  • From $200

The Queen’s Summer Engineering Academy is a summer program that exposes students to design and engineering disciplines. Visit website

  • West-End, Toronto
  • Age 8 to 12 (Coed)
  • From $500

Take a deep dive into the world of SMARTS's and prototype our very own SMART Space using Internet of Things! Visit website

Aug 02 - Aug 19, 2022

  • Burlington, ON
  • Age 6 to 14 (Coed)
  • From $260

Young engineers will develop their knowledge by building, programming, and testing their own robots! Visit website

  • Ottawa, ON
  • Age 12 to 16 (Coed)
  • From $260

Fun summer camps for teens! Visit website

  • Oakville, ON
  • Age 12 to 16 (Coed)
  • From $399

Through this camp, students will learn the ins and outs of what it takes master content creation for social media. Visit website

  • Online
  • Age 10 to 14 (Coed)
  • From $140

Through these STEAM-centered activities, children build their understanding of AI & ML. Visit website

  • Oakville, ON
  • Age 7 to 12 (Coed)
  • From $399

Build Roblox Games Code, test and then publish your own Roblox games. Visit website

  • Online
  • Age 7 to 10 (Coed)
  • From $185

Are you a complete beginner or a Minecraft pro? this March Break Mini is a fun & recreational week, all things Minecraft. Visit website

  • Ottawa, ON
  • Age 8 to 12 (Coed)
  • From $250

Learn more about coding and robotics! Do activities with 3D printing, micro-bits, and robotics! Visit website

  • Oakville, ON
  • Age 10 to 14 (Coed)
  • From $399

Our YouTube course is for kids who want to learn how to create an awesome YouTube channel. Visit website

  • Vancouver; West Vancouver, BC
  • Age 5 to 14 (Coed)
  • From $299
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Structured, reinforcing projects in the subject pathways of fabrication, physical computing, engineering and digital arts. Visit website

  • Online
  • Age 11 to 17 (Coed)
  • From $195

This year’s March Break camp for middle schoolers and teens will take place virtually! Visit website

  • East-End, Toronto
  • Age 7 to 17 (Coed)
  • From $395

During our March Break camp, campers in grades 2 to 6 will be introduced to basic coding skills, robotics and digital arts. Visit website

  • Ottawa, ON
  • Age 13 to 18 (Coed)
  • From $300

General Science, Computer Science, Pre-Medicine, Mechanical Engineering, Biomechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Visit website

  • Oakville, ON
  • Age 7 to 16 (Coed)
  • From $399

Students will learn the basics of 3D game development and fundamental programming concepts using the Lua programming language Visit website


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AI camps near you

Artificial intelligence is a blossoming field of study in computer science. For this reason, camps with AI curriculum and activities are emerging across the country. Use the advanced search on to find AI camps in a city or region near you, including the areas listed below.

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Alternatives to summer camp

For those interested in artificial intelligence, there are other options besides summer camp. Kids and teens can learn about AI throughout the year. This includes after-school, evening, and weekend programs. Below, discover more options.

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Other camps you might look at

Artificial intelligence is one among a rapidly expanding list of education and technology camps. If your child is interested in this field, you might also look into the following:

Computer camps build overall computer and technology skills through focused instruction and activities.

Coding camps and classes are ideal for teens and older kids who are interested in the broader world of programming.

Engineering camps provide in-depth instruction in engineering, a critical aspect of the computer sciences, but also a much broader field, with many diverse applications.

Robotics camps teach and develop interest, skills, and knowledge in robotics and related technologies. 

STEM camps focus on the approach to learning that combines science, technology, engineering, and math.

Skills learned at artificial intelligence camps

Artificial intelligence camps enable kids to acquire crucial knowledge and skills. This can be useful in school, especially during the high school years. It can also provide a foundation for post-secondary studies in the area of computers. These skills have value beyond computer science, though. 

Skills and knowledge your child will likely acquire at an AI camp:

The basics of computer science and related fields

  • One or more programming languages
  • The applications and value of these languages
  • The application of AI
  • Machine learning
  • Building an AI product

Depending on the level and focus of the camp, your child may also learn other things.

 More specialized topics

  • Data science
  • Robotics
  • Neural networks
  • Virtual reality
  • Cognitive science
  • Cybernetics
  • General intelligence
  • Social intelligence
  • Natural language processing
  • Knowledge representation
  • History of AI
  • Ethics of AI

Other benefits of AI camps

As mentioned, artificial intelligence camps help kids acquire essential knowledge and skills in AI and related fields. This can open up your child’s future learning and developmental pathways, no matter their age.

Besides this, there are several other potential perks of these camps. They include:

Potential careers trajectories of artificial intelligence camps

Artificial intelligence camps offer curricula that are updated every year and stay current in the rapidly changing world of technology. They provide kids with flexible learning options and can provide a solid foundation for their secondary and post-secondary education.

This can also open the door to many potential jobs and career paths. This includes careers in computer science more generally as well as careers in specific fields in AI.

 General computer-related careers

  • Computer scientist
  • Information technologist
  • Computer technician
  • Computer networker
  • Programmer/coder
  • Web developer
  • Web designer

Specific AI-related careers with average salary (source:

  • Artificial intelligence specialist: $113,000 CAD
  • Artificial intelligence software engineer: $60,000 CAD
  • Technical architect: $120,000 CAD
  • Data scientist: $125,000 CAD
  • Machine learning researcher: $115,000 CAD
  • Research scientist: $85,000 CAD
  • Research engineer: $90,000 CAD

Choosing the right artificial intelligence camp for your child

What’s the best way to choose the right AI camp for your child? First, think more seriously about your child: their age, experience, interests, and goals. 

  • What is your child’s background in computer science and AI? Are they just getting started or do they have extensive experience?
  • Is your child aiming to just learn the basics of AI? Or are they looking to take an important step towards a career in this field? 
  • Do they want to focus on a specific area of AI, such as machine learning or natural language representation? Or are they looking to acquire a more general foundation?
  • Are they more interested in artificial intelligence theory or applications? 
  • Do they want to build an AI product? If so, what kind?

Then, of course, you should look closely at camps themselves. Talk to directors and staff, and visit camps if possible. Find out as much as you can about each camp to gauge whether it’s right for your child.

Here are some key questions you’ll want to ask:

  • What courses/programs do you offer?
  • What level (e.g., introductory, intermediate, advanced) are they at?
  • What exactly do they cover?
  • What skills can I expect my child to come away with?
  • What qualifications and training do the instructors have?
  • What facilities and equipment do you use?

For further guidance on choosing the right camp for your child, find helpful sources on


Find out more about AI

Finally, to learn more about artificial intelligence, consult the following sources: What is Artificial Intelligence?
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Frequently Asked Questions

How many Artificial intelligence camps are there?
There are 22 programs offering ai (artificial intelligence) as an activity. Use the filters to narrow by age and program type, then click on matched programs to see daily activities, dates, rates and registration information.

What are the fees to attend Artificial intelligence camps?
Fees for programs offering ai (artificial intelligence) as an activity range from $125 to $1,000 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.

Where can parents meet with Artificial intelligence camps?
Meet with program directors and staff at the Our Kids Camp & Program Expo. The Expo is held annually in February, and is a fun and informative day for parents, kids, and teens. Find event details and free tickets here.


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