Summer Youth Programs

Published on Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

Learning doesn’t stop when the weather gets hot. Summer 2017 is the time for students grade 7-12 to come to Becker College for a STEM experience. Camps are led by Becker College faculty, recent graduates, and current students. For more information contact

Girls STEAM Day Camp   |   Game Studio I   |   Game Studio II

Receive a $5000 annual scholarship when you enroll at Becker College in the Bachelor of Arts in Interactive Media Design Program. You must be enrolled full time to receive the funds. Scholarship is subject to federal and institutional financial aid regulations.

Emma F. had a blast at the Summer Game Design Studio at Becker College. She is usually a rather shy and quiet girl, but she interacted and collaborated with her team in the common goal to create an imaginative game, a work of art. Not only was the game animated and exciting, but so was Emma! – Emma’s mom

Girls STEAM Summer Day Camp | June 26-30 | Free

Girls grades 7-12 | Worcester Campus | Registration deadline: TBA

The Girls STEAM Summer Day Camp is an intensive, onsite and hands-on introduction to game programming and design for girls in grades 7 through 12.  The goal of the program is to inspire, lead, encourage, and spark an interest in game programming  and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) subjects for girls.  Each student will be given a mobile device which they will use to create a finished game. All classes are designed and instructed by Game Design faculty at Becker College.  Advisors, current and recent graduates of the Becker Game Development program, will work with the students and assist the instructors.

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Summer Game Studio I | July 8-22 | $4,200

Students grades 9-12 | Worcester Campus | Registration deadline: June 10

This residence program introduces high school students to all aspects of game development–including game design, game art and animation, motion capture, programming, sound, testing and production. Students will gain real-world experience by working as a development team that collaborates across all game development disciplines to build original game projects. Using the same curriculum from Becker’s internationally acclaimed video game major, students in the Studio will work side-by-side in a creative cohort that stresses the importance of teamwork and creative collaboration. At the end of the Studio, students will have completed a portion of a fully functional video game and will have gained an understanding of the behind-the-scenes operations of a real game studio.


Summer Game Studio II | July 23-Aug 5 | $4,200

Students grades 9-12 | Worcester Campus | Registration deadline: June 10

Like Summer Game Studio, the advanced game production program presents high school students with a real-world game design experience by working as a development team across all game development disciplines to build original game projects.

The advanced Summer Game Studio 2 has been specially designed for students who already attended Summer Game Studio and provides students the opportunity to take their game prototypes to a more advanced level by working closely with faculty. In addition, students will focus at a deeper level on one particular aspect of game development gaining more knowledge and preparation for college level classes.


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