ALL PUSD High School Students Invited to Rose Valley Jam's Free Weekend of Game Development and Mentorship at Caltech

Published : Monday, March 18, 2019 | 1:40 PM

PUSD High Schools Students interested in gaming apply now for this free weekend of game development and mentorship at Caltech April 12-14. Created by Electronic Arts and Industrial Toys. Bring your skills as artists, designers, programmers, musicians/composers, and game fans. Apply here:

Deadline is March 24 – so apply now! Only Pasadena Unified School District high school students will be accepted.

Tell your friends. Pasadena High, Blair High and Middle School – An IB World School, Marshall Fundamental, John Muir High School Early College Magnet, Rose City HS, and CIS.

About Rose Valley Jam

The Rose Valley Jam is a game jam event for the Pasadena Unified School District. Participants will have the opportunity to develop games while being mentored by industry professionals. The weekend brings students together to experience the fundamentals of game development, contributing to the design, programming, audio, or art of their project. It is all condensed into a weekend development cycle of collaboration, innovation, and learning. The Rose Valley Jam encourages students of all backgrounds to participate and contribute to this amazing event of game development and creativity. Applications close Sunday 3/24 at 11:59 p.m. Please attend the online webinar more information at Special Guest: Alex Seropian – co-founded Bungle, where he worked on Halo: Com at Evolved. After Bungle was sold to Microsoft, he founded Wideload Games, developer of Stubbs the Zombie and Hail to the Chimp. Wideload was later acquired by Disney, and Seropian was named vice president of game development for Disney interactive Studios. Seropian left Disney in 2012 to establish Industrial Toys in Pasadena.






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