LOS ANGELES

DESIGN GAMES ABOUT REAL-WORLD ISSUES AFFECTING YOUR COMMUNITY

The G4C Student Challenge offers year-round programming and a citywide game design competition for Los Angeles students enrolled in public or charter middle/high schools. The program takes place in cohort schools throughout LA county and offers opportunities for all LA students to learn how to design and code games for social impact.

PROGRAM TIMELINE

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HOW LA STUDENTS PARTICIPATE

GAME DESIGN RESOURCES

Learn how to design and code games for social impact with G4C’s new student curriculum; move at your own pace and explore tons of free game design tools and industry resources along the way. See here.

CITYWIDE COMPETITION

Submit your original game to G4C’s annual student game design competition and compete to receive national recognition and win awesome prizes (including a $1,000 Grand Prize Scholarship!).

STUDENT GAME JAMS

Hone your game design skills at one of our student game jams! Game Jams are 1/2 day events during which you work with pro game designers and learn from theme content experts. Game jams will take place in Fall 2021/Spring 2022. Registration will be available on the Events page. See here.

CITY PARTNERS

GAMES FOR CHANGE
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INTERESTED IN BRINGING THE G4C STUDENT CHALLENGE TO YOUR SCHOOL?

Educators who are interested in receiving professional development in game-based learning can complete this short form and we will notify you about upcoming teacher training opportunities.