Middle and High School Students Can Learn to Design Video Games This Summer
If your video game playing son or daughter doesn't want to be a rock, pop, country or You Tube star or model when they grow up, there's a good chance they want to do something related to video games. Since very few people can become professional game players, they might want to explore designing games instead. That's where a new summer camp offered by Victoria College comes in.
According to a VC press release, a week-long summer camp will use a program called Mage Maker to teach middle and high school students how to create games in a variety of platforms. The camp is also designed to sharpen science, technology, engineering and math skills. Teachers in math, science, computers and gifted and talented programs are being encouraged to attend an information session about the program as well.
The session for teachers is set for Tuesday (2/23) from 5-6pm at the Conference and Education Center at the VC Emerging Technology Complex at 7403 Lone Tree Road.
For more information, call 361-485-6830.