ACADEMICS

  1. Intro to Game Design: students learn gameplay models, mechanics, and terminology
  2. Intro to Game Art: students create characters and backgrounds in photoshop
  3. Intro to Programming: students learn basic fundamentals and logic.

EXPOSURE

  1. Career discussions and presentations with game industry professionals
  2. Field trips to
    • i. Stanford University Dept. of Comp Sci
    • ii. Microsoft and Google HQ
  3. Play Day hosted at Double Fine Studios - One of the top indie game companies

MENTORSHIP

  1. 5:1 Student to Counselor ratio
  2. College students enrolled in game programs offer on-going mentorship after camp ends

DEMO DAY - July 13th

  1. Teams pitch their final projects to panel of judges from Google Play, USC and Double Fine Studios.
  2. Top 3 teams win sponsored prizes; First place winner has their game developed by LearnDistrict.

Mountain View, CA

  1. Hours: 10am - 4pm (early drop off and late pick up available)
  2. Dates:
    • June 16-20, 23-27
    • July 7-11
  3. Demo Day: July 13
  1. Girls enrolled in grades 6-10
  2. Venue: Computer History Museum
  1. Price:
    • $500 for 1 week
    • $900 for 2 weeks
    • $1,200 for 3 weeks

Upcoming

  1. Europe:
    • London, UK
    • Warsaw, Poland
    • Copenhagen,
      Denmark
  2. Middle East:
    • Dubai, U.A.E.
  3. Australia:
    • Melbourne
  1. United States:
    • Los Angeles, CA
    • San Diego, CA
    • Boston, MA
    • Washington DC
    • Seattle, WA
    • Denver, CO
    • Austin, TX