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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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