GWL: Boss Mode - Girls' Gaming Adventure
Program Dates/Times: June 17th-21th (1pm-4pm) | Open to rising 5th-8th Graders, ages 11-14.
- Starts Jun 17Starts Jun 17
- 50 US dollars$50
- PAST Innovation Lab
About this Program
Step into the virtual realm with "Girls Who Lead: Boss Mode - Girls' Gaming Adventure," an exhilarating summer experience designed to empower girls in the world of eSports. Dive into the exciting world of competitive gaming, where participants will not only refine their gaming skills but also foster teamwork, strategic thinking, and leadership in a supportive and inclusive environment. Program Highlights: 1. Game Exploration: Dive into the world of eSports by playing a range of different games. Whether it's strategy-based games or multiplayer challenges, participants will hone their gaming skills. 2. Career Exploration: Explore the vast array of careers within the eSports industry. Participants will engage with industry professionals, learn about different roles, and gain insights into the diverse opportunities available—from gaming and streaming to event management and beyond. 3. Strategic Gameplay: Sharpen your strategic thinking and gameplay strategies. Participants will learn about the nuances of game strategy, team coordination, and effective decision-making, enhancing their gaming prowess. 4. Leadership in eSports: Empower girls to take on leadership roles in the gaming realm. From team management to event coordination, participants will learn how to leverage their skills and lead both on and off the virtual battlefield. 5. Friendships and Fun: Forge lasting friendships with like-minded peers who share your passion for gaming. Enjoy a fun and supportive environment that encourages collaboration, sportsmanship, and personal growth. 6. Project Showcase: The experience will conclude with a showcase of achievements through demonstrations of newfound skills and innovations to family and friends. You will receive an email a week prior to the start of the program with information regarding location, paperwork, drop off and pick up time, along with the culminating program presentation information. Program sold out? You can register to be on our waitlist. We will notify you if and when a spot opens up!
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PAST Innovation Lab
Past Foundation, Kinnear Road, Columbus, OH, USA