Transcript for New summer camp teaches children how to become social media stars
We have a "Gma" parenting alert now about a new camp in California that's training teens to become internet stars. ABC's kayna Whitworth has the details. Business strategy but it's fun. Reporter: A truly unique summer camp straight out of Hollywood. ??? Reporter: Parents from around the world send their kids to southern California in the hopes that they will become the next social media star. It's not cheap. The ten-day immersion camp costing more than $2,000. ??? This is your world ??? Reporter: Some kids like Sofia montero and her 900,000 YouTube subscribers are well on their way to internet stardom. You want to be -- I want to be a singer like big. Reporter: Sisters Katelyn and kylie from rural Idaho are just beginning their journey. We have 16 subscribers. Reporter: How many would you like to have on YouTube? I'd like to have like a million. That would be really cool. ??? I am in misery ??? What are you hoping to learn. I'm hoping to learn how to market myself better. Reporter: Instagram, a favorite of most of the campers, YouTube a close second. Most of them expressing their interest in learning how to blog. I think I want to blog my acting journey. Uploading videos. Reporter: Studying under YouTube star and author Michael Buckley kids are schooled on how to master social media. I thought parent was have such an adverse reaction to this. That really does not seem to be the case. There is a disconnect. Sometimes between the parents and the kid and why is my kid spending so much time online and I always tell the parent, screen time equals learn time. Experts caution parents about letting their children create an identity based on internet popularity. Parents should be wary about creating an online identity that's only about popularity. I want parents to help their kids cultivate an online healthy identity. I want them to connect online and want them to be creative online. I don't want the goal to be completely about how many followers and how much money can I make. Reporter: For "Good morning America," kayna Whitworth, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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