Games for Change Student Challenge

Middle and high school teachers are invited to get their students to design games that make a difference in their city! Submissions are open now through April 30th.

The Games for Change Student Challenge is a game design competition that invites students to make digital games about issues impacting their communities, combining digital storytelling with civic engagement.

Kindness & Empathy: Games that explore ways to build a kinder world, encouraging acceptance and understanding difference.

Wildlife Conservation: Games that recognize the importance of animals to our ecosystems, and seek to protect threatened species.

News Literacy: Games that teach players how to be savvy consumers and creators of media, able to identify “fake news” and understand digital privacy.

Challenge finalists will be invited to the G4C Student Awards Ceremony after live broadcast of Student Game Designers on SLBradio on Saturday, June 2nd, from 11:00AM to 2:00PM at Alloy 26 in Nova Place.