The tech giant is now offering Summer Camps for kids at multiple Microsoft Stores across the country, including Seattle and Bellevue. The classes, “where technology meets creativity,” are free and for kids ages 8 to 13.
The camps include “digital movie madness,” “digital art smarts,” “game masters” and the underwater basket weaving of Microsoft’s summer-camp offerings, “office unleashed,” or “how we begin the process of brainwashing your kids into thinking that sitting in front of a computer for 8 to 10 hours a day is rewarding and fulfilling work” camp.
The only caveat? You can’t just ditch your kids and head into the cloud. You gotta stick around the store while the little ones learn how to manipulate your digital data for their own evil purposes. You’re welcome.
Previously on GeekWire: Startup Spotlight: FUNnerator helps parents find the best summer camps for their kids