Becker College, named #4 in the world by Princeton Review for Game Design, is again offering a free summer day camp to help attract girls into STEM/STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) fields at their Worcester Campus. The program, for girls in grades 7-12, will focus on a hands-on introduction to game programming and design. Each student will be given a mobile device which they will use to create a finished game. All classes are taught by Becker's Game Design faculty.
Who: Girls in Grades 7-12
When: June 26-30
Where: Becker College Worcester Campus
For more information and to register contact email@example.com.
If you don't qualify for this experience but are interested in other opportunties, Becker College also offers a two-week residential Summer Game Studio program for both male and female high school students. My son attended this a few years ago and had said it was the best experience of his life!
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Becker College, ranked number five worldwide by the Princeton Review for computer game design, is again holding their Video Game Summer Studio for high school students. My son attended this program last summer and said it was the best two weeks of his life! He was surrounded by peers with similar interests and the classes were taught by great teachers.
Becker's Video Game Summer Studio is a two-week residential program where students live, learn and play together. The program is an introduction to all aspects of game development including game design, game art and animation, motion capture, programming, sound, testing and production. Students will work in small groups, as part of a development team, and collaborate to build an original game. Students will have a chance to meet professional game developers at companies such as Petricore Games. At the culmination of the program, students will showcase their new game and discuss the programs and processes they used during game development.
The program will be held on the Worcester, Mass. campus for students grades 9-12. Registration deadline, June 10, 2017.
Students who attend the Summer Game Studio can qualify to receive a $5,000 annual scholarship if they go on to enroll full-time in Becker College's Bachelor of Arts Interactive Media Design Program. See Becker College's website for scholarship details.
Debbi - Proud mom of two beautiful boys who have benefited from some amazing STEM opportunities!