California Career Pathway Trust Grant (CCPT) –Project Crest 

Project Crest in collaboration with Kids That Code, Inc. will award scholarships to select students to attend an amazing Kids That Code Program at Norco College

Project Crest

Introduction to Game Development with Unity

Our hands-on workshop will cover the basics of game creation using the most widely used multi-platform game engine in the world: Unity. Industry professionals use Unity to create some of the most popular games known today. Having Unity experience is essential when pursuing a job in the video game industry. Our highly interactive beginners course will take place at one of Southern California’s leading schools for game development – Norco College

Every Saturday, March 4 – March 25, 2017

Open to Grades 9th-12th

Unity, sometimes referred to as Unity 3D, is an “all-in-one” professional video game engine for producing 2D and 3D games. Unity is extremely popular among indie game developers for its ease of use, low level entry barrier, power, and most importantly, its cost.

How Will
My Child Benefit?

  • Learn industry standard software
  • Develop important job skill
  • ICT Pathways

Skills Developed:

  • Using Unity Interface
  • Scripting
  • Graphics
  • Audio

Official Rules

  • Date: Every Saturday, March 4, 2017 thru March 24, 2017 (4 weeks)
  • Classes will take place at Norco College STEM Center, 1900 Third St, Norco, CA 92860
  • Project Crest scholarship will pay for the program fee (retail value: $249.99)
  • A total of thirty (30) students will be awarded scholarships
  • Open to students 9th – 12th grade
  • Scholarship opportunity limited only to CCPT Grant Partners. Eligible school districts in Riverside County are listed on the application below
  • Parents must submit an application online and provide a response to the statement “How my child will benefit from receiving the Project Crest scholarship”
  • Judges will determine the winners according to the best responses (Maximum 250 words)
  • Scholarships will be awarded on or before March 1, 2017
  • Scholarship recipients will be notified by email
  • Attendance for the first week is mandatory or the student will be dropped from the program and parents may be responsible for repayment of unused scholarship
  • Enrollment information will be shared with Project Crest for statistical purposes
  • Transportation will not be provided.
  • An hourly parking pass can be purchased on campus in order to park

Project Crest STEM Program Scholarship Application (High School)

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