Video Games Summer Camp 2017!

Registration is Open. Click Here to See the Form at the Bottom of the Page.

The award-winning instructors at Project Whitecard are providing a unique summer camp and coding experience for a range of ages in 2017.

Starting with the basics, attendees in 3 age ranges (13-15, 15-18, and 18+) will work in groups and create their own app for mobile phone, PC, or Virtual Reality! Afternoon activities also include playing inspiring games with peers.

'Campers' will join a team, create a game design document, and subsequently create their own games, leaving with invaluable life skills for the 21st century.

These extensible skills are a basic working knowledge of technical writing, grammar, art, and coding in C-Sharp, empowering attendees for the world they live in.

Project Whitecard has delivered 'Serious Games Certificate' at the University of Winnipeg, along with courses in Java, and many other languages, and has worked on education projects with NASA and the Canadian Space Agency, licenses for which the Video Game Summer Camp attendees will take with them during the experience.

Located in the summery Corydon village, attendees may enjoy lunch outdoors or in one of the cafes (not included - sack lunch optional, snacks provided).

Students should have a good grasp of the English language and be comfortable using software like Word or Notepad++. We will be using Unity 5.x personal edition, which students will take home. Students should bring and protect a 16GB USB stick, but backups are kept on site.

Please send an email to projectwhitecard.com, and you will be notified via when registrations begin on May 11th, with a link to a form. Students will be awarded an Open Badge (an image certificate of completion, transferable) for this course. Registration Form
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