*Educators Are Accepted on a Rolling Basis*
The Games for Change (G4C) Student Challenge is the flagship program of G4C Learn, which offers programs and resources encompassing the most impactful and effective tools and strategies for merging learning and education with games, game design, and play.

Started in 2015, the Challenge is a national game design program and competition that invites students to create digital games about issues impacting their communities. The program includes training in game design for teachers (grades 5-12 of any subject area), in-school and after-school game-making courses; student game jams; and social issue themes supported by cause-based partners.

Any U.S. educator instructing public middle/high school students (grades 5-12) can apply to participate and bring game design to their classrooms. Here are some of the program highlights:
  • Educators will receive free access to G4C’s Intro to Game Design curriculum, resource libraries, and discussion platform
  • Educators will also be invited to exclusive workshops in Unity and CoSpaces design platforms
  • Accepted educators will also receive year-round technical and curricular support
  • Student games can be submitted to the Challenge competition in Spring 2023 for the chance to win a $10,000 scholarship, generously provided by Take-Two Interactive, and other prizes
Questions about this application form, or the program in general, can be sent to studentchallenge@gamesforchange.org.

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