It seems like a combination that's too good to be true, video games and education. Well, one summer program is combining the two for kids.
eBash in Terre Haute is hosting a video game design summer camp. Students will be able to learn how to make video games.
They'll be hosting 6 camps at eBash, each lasting one week. Three weeks will be at the end of June. The other three will be at the end of July.
The classes go from 9 to 4 p.m. each day. Qualified instructors will teach the kids how to program and design games using software systems.
Organizers said it's a fantastic way to reach out to kids who have a passion for video games.
"There's a program at MIT you can send your kid there. It's like $6,000 for a week and you send them there and they learn basically the same sort of things that we're going to teach them here," Zack Johnson, the owner of eBash said.
Registration prices for the week $225 if you register before June 1. You can do so by calling eBash at 812-235-0040.
For more information about the camp, visit the camp website .
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