LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- In a society where cell phones, iPods and video games have replaced yo-yos, Barbie's and swords, it's okay to be a geek. That's why Geek Squad is continuing its mission to teach kids to embrace technology through its annual Geek Squad Summer Academy.
Every year, the Geek Squad Summer Academy visits kids across the U.S. to help improve their technology skills. This weekend they'll be at the Little Rock Air Force base.
The program is a tech immersion camp for children of military families across the country that provides tech tools and experience to spark creativity and nurture innovation.
The Geek Squad Summer Academy partners local non-profit organizations to teach students about the latest technology in a fun, interactive environment.